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Baronworth Investment Services – The Baronworth Combination Investment Series 5

Wednesday, 10 April 2002

Type: Combined guaranteed income bond and with-profits bond


Minimum-maximum investment: £6,000-£250,000

Term: Two years

Interest rate: 7.5% gross a year, 7.3% gross a month

Charges: Implicit

Guarantee: Capital returned in full at end of term

Return: Choice of 7.5% gross a year, 7.3% gross a month


Aim: Income by investing in Prudential&#39s prudence with-profits bond

Minimum investment: Lump sum £6,000

Bonus rate: 7.12% gross a year

Allocation rates: £6,000 – £19,999 100%, £20,000 – £49,999 100.25%, £50,000 – £74,999 101%, £75,000 and above 101.25%

Charges: Implicit

Options: Income paid monthly, quarterly, half-yearly, annually or growth

Commission: Initial 0.685%

Tel: 020 8518 1218


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