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Bristol & West – Global BGEB TOISA 5 Year Issue 1

Wednesday, August 7, 2002



Type: Tessa only Isa

Aim: Growth linked to the FTSE 100, Nikkei 225, SMI and

S&P 500 indices

Minimum investment: Lump sum £1,000

Maximum investment: £9,000

Catmarked: No

Interest rate: 4% gross a year

Charges: Implicit

Withdrawal penalty: No withdrawals permitted during term

Commission: Initial 3.5%

Tel: 0845 1110118

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