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Liverpool Victoria – Max

Friday, March 1, 2002



Type: Unitised with-profits endowment

Aim: Growth by investing in the Liverpool Victoria with-profits fund

Minimum sum assured/premium: £4,500/£50 a month, £600 a

year

Minimum-maximum term: 10 years

Fund links: With-profits

Charges: Initial charge version – initial subject to negotiation, annual

implicit. Level charge version – annual 0.32%

Options: Waiver of premium

Commission: Initial 130% of Lautro, renewal 2.5%

Tel: 0845 6020690

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