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Clerical Medical – Capital Investor

Monday 18 March, 2002

Type: Unit-linked bond

Aim: Growth by investing in a choice of 17 funds

Minimum investment: Lump sum £15,000, $22,500, Euro 22,500

Place of registration: Isle of Man

Investment split: Choice of Sterling with-profits, euro with-profits, $
with-profits, sterling currency reserve, euro currency reserve, offshore
distribution accumulation, UK bond, euro bond, UK index tracking, US
index tracking, Japanese index tracking, euro index tracking, UK
equity, US equity, continental European equity, Pacific Basin equity,
offshore equity high income

Isa link: No

Charges: Initial 7%, annual 0.5% to 1.5% depending on fund

Commission: Option one initial 5.25%, option two initial 4%, renewal
0.25%, option three initial 3.25%, renewal 0.5%

Tel: 01179 290290


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