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Meteor Asset Management – Prima Platinum Plan 8

Meteor Asset Management – Prima Platinum Plan 8

Type: Capital-protected bond

Aim: Growth linked to the performance of the FTSE 100 and S&P 500 indices

Minimum investment: £10,000-no maximum, Isa £10,200

Term: Five years and two weeks

Return: 105% option – 11.5% growth plus the original capital at the end of year one provided both indices are at or above 105% of their initial values, 23% at the end of year two, 34.5% at the end of year three, 46% at the end of year four or 57.5% at the end of year five,  100% option – 10% growth plus the original capital at the end of year one provided both indices are at or above their initial values, 20% at the end of year two, 30% at the end of year three, 40% at the end of year four or 50% at the end of year five, 90% option – 6% growth plus the original capital at the end of year one provided both indices are at or above 90% of their initial values, 12% at the end of year two, 18% at the end of year three, 24% at the end of year four or 30% at the end of year five

Protection: Original capital returned in full at the end of the term provided neither index falls by more than 50% without returning to at least its initial value

Closing date: November 24, 2010, November 12, 2010 for Isa transfers

Commission: Initial 3%

Tel: 020 7904 1010

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