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Friends Provident – Stewardship Safeguard Optimiser Fund

Type:
Unit-linked fund

Aim:
Growth linked to the performance of the Isis Stewardship Growth Fund and the Barclays Global Investors Liquidity Plus Fund

Minimum investment:
Lump sum £5,000

Investment split:
70% Isis Stewardship Growth Fund,
30% Barclays Global Investors Liquidity Plus Fund

Charges:
Annual 0.6% plus annual 1.25% for Investment Portfolio Bond

Commission:
Initial up to 5.25% or
initial 3.25, renewal 0.5%,
extra 0.25% initial for online applications

Tel: 0845 7573036

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