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Bank Of Scotland – Save + Invest

Friday, 9th February 2001.



Type: Unit-linked offshore bond and fixed interest savings account.

Aim: Growth and income by investing in Scottish Provident&#39s Capital Investment Portfolio.

Minimum investment: Bond – £10,000 or US$15,000, account – £3,000 or US$5,000.

Place of registration: Isle of Man.

Investment split: Any proportion in life assurance policy and fixed interest account, as long as the investment in the account does not exceed the investment in the life policy.

Yield: Account – 9 per cent.

Isa link: No.

Charges: Initial 1 per cent a year for 3 years, annual 1.4 per cent.

Bonus rate: 1-3 per cent for investments of £50,000/US$75,000 or more.

Commission: Subject to negotiation.

Tel: 01624 644047.

 

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