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GE Life – High Income & Growth Plan

Wednesday, 29 August 2001.



Type: Guaranteed equity bond.

Aim: Income or growth by investing in Eurostoxx 50 index.

Minimum-maximum investment: £7,000-£1m.

Term: Three years two months.

Guarantee: Captial returned in full at the end of term provided the

Eurostoxx 50 index does not fall more than 20 per cent during the

term or the final index level is at or above the initial index level.

Return: Choice of 0.8 per cent income monthly, 10.25 per cent

annually or 33 per cent growth payable on December 20, 2004.

Closing date: October 5, 2001.

Commission: Subject to negotiation.

Tel: 0800 1691111.

 

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