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BoE Life International – With-Profits Bond

Wednesday, 30 October 2002

Type: Single premium bond

Aim: Growth by investing in the BoELI Series 4 with-profits fund

Minimum investment: Lump sum £25,000

Place of registration: Isle of Man

Investment split: 100% in the BoELI Series 4 with-profits fund

Isa link: No

Charges: Initial – initial fee option £25,000-£99,999 2%, £100,000-£250,000 1.5%, establishment fee option 0.4% a quarter for the first five years, annual – implicit

Bonus rate: 5%

Commission: Initial &#45 initial fee option up to 5%, establishment fee option 5.5%, renewal 0.5%

Tel: 01624 690800

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