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Dawney Day Quantum – Protected China Fund

Capital-protected fund

Growth linked to the performance of the
FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index

Minimum investment:
Lump sum £5,000-no maximum,
Isa £7,0007

Investment split
100% linked to the performance of the
FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index

Term: Six years

Up to 70% growth

90% of original capital returned regardless of performance of index, 95% of original capital returned provided index falls by no more than 5%, original capital returned in full provided index stays the same or rises during the term

Place of registration:

Closing date:
April 16, 2004, Isa April 5, 2004
Pep/Isa transfers March 29, 2004


Initial 3%

020 7861 0900


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