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Legal & General – Select Portfolio Bond

Legal & General – Select Portfolio Bond

Type: Unit linked bond

Aim: Growth and/or income by investing in up to 50 funds from a range of internal and external funds

Minimum investment: Lump sum £5,000 subject to £500 minimum for each fund

Fund links: 32 internal funds including distributiojn, index and multi-manager funds and 91 external funds from more than 25 management groups

Options: Single or joint life

Income frequesncy: Monthly, quarterly, half-yearly or yearly

Switches: Unlimited free switching

Allocation rate: 100% less any adviser remuneration agreed with client

Charges: Initial or fund-based charges apply only where adviser remuneration is agreed with client, fund management charges annual 0.3% to 2.16% depending on fund links chosen

Commission: Agreed between adviser and client

Tel: 0845 300 8008.

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