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Abbey – Wrap Offshore Bond

Type: Offshore single premium bond

Aim:
Income and growth by investing in unit trusts, investment trusts, Oeics, offshore funds and cash deposits from any provider

Minimum investment:
£100,000

Investment choice:
Client&#39s choice of unit trusts, investment trusts, Oiecs, offshore funds and cash deposits

Place of registration:
Isle of Man

Options:
UK Life Assurance or Capital redemption options

Charges:
0.1%-0.5% a month depending on size of wrap investment

Commission:
Subject to negotiation

Tel: 0845 606 5500

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