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Friends Provident adds Investment Trust Portfolio to its Capital Investment Bond

Friends Provident


CAPITAL INVESTMENT BOND


Type: Addition of Investment Trust Portfolio Fund to its unit-linked Capital Investment Bond.


Aim: To achieve capital growth through investing in a range of investment trusts from a number of providers.


Investment split: UK – 63 per cent, Europe – 25 per cent, North America – 4 per cent, Japan – 1 per cent, Pacific Basin & other (excluding Japan) – 1 per cent and cash – 6 per cent.


Tel: 01722 413366.

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