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Latest protected plan launched by L&G

Legal and General is to continue its Capital Protected Investment Series with the launch of the protected index plan 3, available from April 28.

The provider says the plan, which has a minimum investment of £1,000, is suitable for investors wanting a low risk option in the face of equity market volatility.

It is open for investment until June 6 and is linked to growth in the FTSE-100 up to a maximum of 55 per cent.

The plan must be held for five and a half years with investors guaranteed their initial capital back at the end of that period.

It is available as an Isa, Isa/Pep transfers and through shares and IFA commission is capped at 3 per cent.

Retail investments marketing director Claire Stracey says: “Investors still appear to be approaching stock market investment quite cautiously. Investment in equities is running at lower levels than have been experienced in previous years. Our latest product offers the opportunity to gain exposure to equity market growth prospects with protection of capital at maturity.”


Rightmove says confidence is growing in market

Property website Rightmove claims its research shows that househunters are returning to the market.Rightmove says the last few weeks have seen the highest level of activity since the middle of last year, with traffic on its website up by 10 per cent to 52.5 million at the start of April from 47.5 million in January.However, […]

Aberdeen &#39unlikely&#39 to face wave of split-cap court cases

The real estate opportunities investment trust&#39s decision to seek damages from former manager Aberdeen Asset Management is unlikely to spark a wave of legal action, according to analysts Credit Lyonnais.The trust warned earlier this month that it intended to recover a large proportion of losses totalling £165m and would refuse to pay outstanding management fees […]

Traffic jams great as a source of new ideas

Traffic jams could be good news for IFA businesses, according to a study carried out by Vauxhall.The research found that 71 per cent of workers, including IFAs, have innovative business ideas while stuck in traffic jams.The car manufacturer claims that although traffic jams provide good opportunities to think, financial staff prefer the open road, with […]

Yes, this is LIA president Gavin Tisshaw

Yes, this is LIA president Gavin Tisshaw. No, he is not escaping from a meeting about professional and motivational skills but is in fact showing the way with the LIA challenge (see below).He talks the talk, he walks the walk, backwards down a wooden tower. Bruce Willis had better watch out when they are casting […]

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