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Britannial International – Easy Access Equity Bond

Wednesday, 18 September, 2002

Type: Offshore guaranteed equity bond

Aim: Growth linked to performance of FTSE 100 index

Minimum investment: Lump sum £10,000

Place of registration: Isle of Man

Investment split: 100% linked to performance of FTSE 100 index

Guarantee: Original capital returned in full regardless of performance of index

Yield: 80% of growth in index at end of five-year term

Isa link: No

Charges: None

Commission: None

Contact: www.britanniainternational.com

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