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NDF launches new growth plan

NDF has launched a new stockmarket linked growth plan offering 100 per cent of FTSE100 growth over the next five years.

The NDF Recovery Growth Plan, launched this week, provides 100 per cent capital protection unless the FTSE100 falls by more than 50 per cent over the five-year lifetime of the investment and fails to recover.

The minimum investment is £7,000, and the plan qualifies for both Isa and Pep investment.

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