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NatWest International – Quartet Guaranteed Stockmarket Bond 3

NatWest International

Quartet Guaranteed Stockmarket Bond 3

Type: Offshore guaranteed equity bond

Aim: Growth linked to the performance of the Hang Seng, Nikkei 225, Hang Seng China Enterprises and Kospi 200 for Asia option, DJ Eurostoxx 50 for the Europe option, FTSE 100 index for the UK option, DJ Eurostoxx 50, FTSE100, Nikkei 225, and S&P 500 for the world option

Minimum-maximum investment: £10,000, euros 10,000, $10,000-no maximum

Term: Five years and six months

Return: UK option – 80% or 110% of the growth in the index depending on level of protection for sterling investments, 55% or 69% for euro investments, 60 or 93% for dollar investments, Europe option – 77% or 131% of the growth in the index for sterling investments, 64% or 85% for euro investments, 60% or 112% for dollar investments, Asia option – 66% or 111% of the growth in the indices for sterling investments, 54% or 70% for euro investments, 60% or 101% for dollar investments, world option – 78% or 124% of the growth in the indices for sterling investments, 62% or 79% for euro investments, 63% or 109% for dollar investments

Guarantee: Choice of full capital return or full capital return plus minimum return of at least 15% for dollar and sterling investments and 6% for euro investments, regardless of index performance

Closing date: March 22, 2007

Commission: Initial 3.25%

Tel: 0044 1624 637 127

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