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Catalyst Investment – ARM Assured Income Plan

Catalyst Investment

ARM Assured Income Plan

Type: Offshore bond

Aim: Income linked to the maturity values and trading of US life insurance policies for the over 65’s

Minimum investment: Lump sum £2,000 for five and seven-year terms £3,000 for the 10-year term

Investment split: 100% in US life insurance policies

Term: Five, seven or 10 years

Return: Five-year term – 7.5% a year, seven-year term – 8.25% a year, 10-year term -10% a year

Place of registration: Dublin

Charges: Implicit

Commission: Initial up to 7%

Tel: 020 7929 5090

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  1. dear i have this investment arm assurred income plan for ten year and the qurterly payment coupon the next week it will be a month not recieve .i have been invest know for three years and was all ok but now someting hapen yuors mario

  2. Harry Baskeyfield 4th February 2012 at 10:43 am

    I have had the Investment Assured Income Plan 2007 since it was launched and it is scheduled to mature on 10.11.2017. Interest ceased to be paid in July 2011 and I would like to know what is the present position and the prospect of further resumption of payment.

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