Savings Secured Loans

Savings Secured Loans

Savings Secured Loans

Savings Secured Loans

We know it can take a lot of time and effort to build up savings, so we understand you might be reluctant to withdraw from your savings leaving no reserves for any future unexpected expenses. A Savings Secured Loan allows you to borrow up to the value of your savings. So if you don’t want to dip into your savings but need to make a necessary purchase, want to purchase a new car, thinking of doing some home improvements or fancy a break away, you can now make your savings work for you.

A Savings Secured Loan is a cost-effective way to access funds while leaving your savings untouched and available for future needs.

You won’t believe how easy it is to get this loan, in fact, you do not need to provide us with any supporting documentation as your savings are held as security against the loan. All we ask is that you complete a Loan Application Form and update your ID if necessary. You can pick up your Savings Secured Loan today!

Another great feature of taking our Savings Secured Loan is you could earn an Interest Rebate of 10%. So while you are charged 41% DIRT tax on any dividend you may earn from your Savings we could give you back 10% of the interest you have paid on this loan.

We offer a reduced interest Rate for all Savings Secured Loans:

Sample Costing—-

Borrow: €5000

Term: 3 years

Rate: 6.9%(7.14%) Variable

Repay: €36 weekly


Total Cost of Interest: €536.39

Total Amount Payable: €5536.39


Go to our Online Loan Calculator to work out how affordable your loan could be.


Most people find it easier to repay a loan than replace savings

  • On the spot approval
  • Enjoy even lower rates than our already low standard loan rates
  • Continue to earn any future dividends on your savings account
  • Convenient payment options
  • Earn an Interest Rebate of 10% – we will give you back 10% of the interest you have paid us on your Savings Secured Loan

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