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Matrix Structured Products – Ascension Plan III

Matrix Structured Products

Ascension Plan III

Type: Capital-protected hedge fund??Aim: Growth linked to the performance of the Winton Trading Strategies Fund??Minimum investment: Lump sum £5,000??Investment split: 100% linked to the performance of the Winton Trading Strategies Fund
?Place of registration: Bermuda??Term: Five years

Return: 100% growth in the performance of the Winton Trading Strategies Fund??Guarantee: At least 90% of original capital returned at end of term regardless of performance of underlying fund

Closing date: August 17, 2006

Charges: Initial 5%, annual 1.75%

Commission: Initial 3%

Tel: 020 7925 3377


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