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Jubilee FP launches two structured plans

Jubilee Financial Products has launched two new structured investments.

The fixed return plan and regular income plan are both linked to the FTSE 100 and establish their market entry point by taking the average level of the index over a six-month period.

Jubilee FP was started earlier this year by Adam Habib, former head of European and Middle Eastern structured retail products for Lehman Brothers. The firm says it is committed to transparent and competitive pricing on products and commissions paid to financial intermediaries.

Jubilee FP chief executive officer Adam Habib says: “The current financial crisis is working its way through the real economy. Consequently, during the next three to six months we are likely to see continued negative sentiment accompanied by equity market declines. As a result, products that establish an entry point at or near market lows will be key to helping position investors properly for the next upturn.”


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