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Ecclesiastical – Allchurches With Profit Bond

Tuesday, 28th November 2000.



Type: With profit bond.

Aim: Income or growth by investing in Ecclesiastical life fund.

Minimum investment: £5,000.

Allocation rates: £5,000-£14,999 – 95 per cent, £15,000-£39,999 – 96 per cent, £40,000 plus – 96.5 per cent.

Charges: Initial £5,000-£14,999 – 5 per cent, £15,000-£39,999 – 4 per cent,

£40,000 plus – 3.5 per cent.

Commission: None.

Tel: 01452 528533.

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