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Friends Provident International expands product range

Friends Provident International has added two new investments plans to its product range.

The global wealth builder a is a regular premium investment linked plan with a minimum term of five years and maximum term of 25 years designed to target specific goals such as retirement planning, education fees planning and house purchasing. The global wealth manager is a single premium investment linked plan which enables savers to access 90 per cent of capital in the short-term allowing regular withdrawals for income.

Both are designed for international investors in Singapore and will provide access to a range of unit linked funds through global investment managers.

FPI South East Asia Regional Sales Director Chris Gill says: “The diversification of our portfolio of products reaffirms our commitment to our on-going expansion plans in Singapore and across the Asia region.

“We are confident the uniqueness of these two products will fit in well with the Singapore market, delivering flexibility and choice for customers, particularly during these challenging times.”

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