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Keydata extends offer period to February 29

Keydata is extending the offer period on its Dynamic Growth Plan Plus Issue 3, Dynamic Growth Plan Plus Issue 4 and its Extra Income Plan 17.

The offer periods for all three structured product plans have been extended to February 29 to give advisers more time to arrange client investment, which Keydata says was prompted by high adviser demand.

Issue 3 gives two times index growth over five years, to a maximum 80 per cent with a 50 per cent capital protection barrier, linked to the performance of the FTSE 100 Index.

Issue 4 gives 10 times per cent index growth over six years, to a maximum of 80 per cent.

Extra Income Plan also provides 50 per cent capital protection barrier, with the potential to return capital after five years.

It offers 7 per cent gross annual income, 1.72 per cent gross quarterly income and 38.7 per cent growth option.

Keydata sales director Mark Owen says: “The response from advisers and investors is unprecedented, and increasing towards the end of the offer period, and this has led to the decision to keep the latest plans open for business. We could not be more pleased with the success of the maturing Dynamic Growth Plan, which is certainly driving the current demand.”

Advisers can receive 3 per cent initial commission on both plans.


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