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Legal & General – Performance Bond Isa

Tuesday, 20th February 2001.



Type: Capital protected mini or maxi Isa.

Aim: Growth and income linked to the FTSE 100 index.

Minimum-maximum investment: £1,000-£7,000.

Investment choice: 100 per cent linked to the FTSE 100.

Term: 5 years.

Guarantee: Capital returned in full at end of term provided the FTSE 100 index at any time in the last three months is not lower than at the start of the term.

Return: Either seven per cent a year or 40 per cent at end of the term.

Catmarked: No.

Closing date: April 12, 2001.

Charges: None.

Commission: Initial 3 per cent.

Tel: www.landg.com/ifacentre.

 

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