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Chase de Vere to launch variable rate bond

Chase de Vere, the independent financial adviser, is launching a fixed term 10-month variable-rate bond for investments of between £10,000 and £1m.


The product which is offered in conjunction with the Woolwich pays 7.2 per cent gross interest.


Chase de Vere says that rising interest rates could mean investors will enjoy increasing monthly returns.

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