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Clerical Medical – CMI Global Investor

Wednesday, 8 May 2002

Type: Unit-linked bond

Aim: Growth by investing in 31 Clerical Medical and Clerical Medical
International funds

Minimum investment: £100,000

Place of registration: Isle of Man

Investment split: Choice of sterling offshore with-profits, US dollar
offshore with-profits, Euro offshore with-profits, CMI sterling cautious
managed, CMI US dollar cautious managed, CMI Euro cautious
managed, CMI sterling balanced managed, CMI US dollar balanced
managed, CMI Euro balanced managed, CMI sterling adventurous
managed, CMI US dollar adventurous managed, CMI Euro
adventurous managed, building society deposits, UK currency
reserve, US currency reserve, Euro currency reserve, offshore
distribution accumulation, UK bond, US bond, Euro bond, UK index
tracking, US index tracking, Japanese index tracking, Euro index
tracking, offshore equity high income, UK equity, US equity,
Continental European equity, Pacific Basin equity, sterling roll-up,
high income

Isa link: No

Charges: Annual 0.5% – 0.875% depending on fund

Commission: Initial 5%

Tel: 0800 779090


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