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Keydata boosts structured plan terms

Keydata has revamped its dynamic growth plan and the product now offers 12 times the return of the FTSE 100 capped at 72 per cent.

The company says market volatility has made option pricing more favourable, meaning investors can achieve the 72 per cent return even if the FTSE 100 only moves up by 6 per cent as long as the plan is held for its full five-and-a-half-year term.

Keydata says the additional growth on the plan by such a slight movement in the market gives a valid role to play alongside more traditional long-only investment vehicles.

The plan previously offered six times growth in the FTSE 100 up to a 72 per cent maximum while it will now features 12 times any growth in the index up to a maximum of 72 per cent, with the same level of capital protection.

Keydata sales director Mark Owen says: “It is a mistake to think that structured products are not flexible. The enhancements that we have offered are proof of this.”

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