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Legal & General – Secure Bond Isa

Wednesday, 21st February 2001.



Type: Capital guaranteed mini or maxi Isa.

Aim: Growth and income by investing in Dublin listed shares.

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

Investment choice: 100 per cent in Dublin listed shares.

Term: 5 years.

Guarantee: Capital returned in full at end of term regardless of performance of underlying investment.

Return: Capital returned in full along with either 5 per cent a year or 28 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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