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Gilliat Financial Solutions – Deposit Kick Out April 2012

Gilliat Financial Solutions – Deposit Kick Out April 2012

Type: Structured deposit

Aim: Growth linked to the performance of six UK equities – Aviva, BAE Systems, Barclays, Tesco, Rio Tinto and Unilever

Minimum-maximum investment: £3,000-no maximum, Isa £5,340 or £5,640 for 2012/13 tax year

Term: Six years and two weeks

Return: 8.1% growth plus original capital at the end of year one provided all six stocks are at or above their initial values, 16.2% growth plus capital at the end of year two provided all six stocks are at or above 95% of their initial values, 24.3% growth plus capital at the end of year three provided all six stocks are at or above 90% of their initial values, 32.4% growth plus capital at the end of year four provided all six stocks are at or above 85% of the initial values or 40.5% growth plus capital at the end of year five provided all six stocks are at or above 80% of their initial values, 48.6% growth plus capital at the end of year six provided all six stocks are at or above their initial values

Protection: Original capital returned in full at the end of the term regardless of the performance of the index

Closing date: April 23, 2012, March 30, 2012 for Isa transfers, April 5, 2012 for Isa 2011/12 tax year

Commission:: Initial 3%

Tel: 020 7012 2809

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