View more on these topics

National Mutual – Trustee Investment Bond

Thursday, 12th October 2000.



Type: Unit linked bond.




Aim: For trustees of pension funds investing for growth.




Minimum investment: Monthly £200, single £10,000.




Fund links: Balanced managed, stockmarket managed, global equity managed, UK equity, UK equity tracker, UK equity select, european equity, european equity tracker, european equity select, north American equity, north American equity tracker, north American equity select, Japanese equity, Japanese equity select, Far East equity, Far East equity select, ethical, fixed interest, safetyfirst, index linked, deposit, property, 2000 retirement, managed, overseas equity.




Allocation rates: Monthly premium 100.4 &#45 103.9 per cent, single premium 100 &#45 102 per cent.




Charges: Initial 5 per cent, annual 0.36-1.2 per cent. £50 set up fee.




Switches: First switch free, subsequent switches £12 each.




Commission: Initial up to 5 per cent.




Tel: 01462 422 422.


Recommended

ScotLife says financial strength secured

Scottish Life claims its new deal with Royal London is a vote of confidence for the IFA sector.The life office claims the deal has put paid to much of the speculation over its future survival in the low-cost post-stakeholder pensions arena by providing the company with the financial strength to compete with bigger rivals.ScotLife announced […]

Swiss Life slashes rates across the board

Swiss Life has announced it is cutting rates across a number of term assurance products in response to increasing consumer demand. Rates for non-smokers are to be cut by up to 44 per cent under the scheme which took effect on September 26. Life term family income benefits are being slashed by up to 28 […]

MCCB sets out framework for qualifications

The Mortgage Code Compliance Board has unveiled plans for a new regulatory framework for mortgage advisers.The proposals are part of a consultation process aimed at heightening consumer protection by plugging the gaps left by the FSA&#39s failure to regulate mortgage advice.The MCCB is proposing all registered firms must ensure their advisers hold either the Certificate […]

Aberdeen Zeros In On New Structure

Aberdeen Investment Trusts has extended the term of its preferred income trust by changing the structure and issuing new shares in the trust.The trust will now have a proportion of European fixed interest securities, including corporate bonds, in addition to its original focus on the UK fixed interest securities.The Preferred Income Trust is likely to […]

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up

Comments

    Leave a comment