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NDF Administration – House Price Secure Growth Plan

Monday, July 1, 2002

Type: Guaranteed equity bond

Aim: Growth linked to the performance of the Halifax House Price index

Minimum-maximum investment: £10,000-£1m, £7,000 Isa

Term: Five years six months

Guarantee: Capital returned in full at end of term regardless of movement in index

Return: 100% of growth in index

Closing date: August 23, 2002

Commission: Initial 3%

Tel: 01727 734315

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