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NDFA – Twin Option Kick Out Plan

NDFA

Twin Option Kick Out Plan

Type: Capital-protected bond

Aim: Growth linked to performance of FTSE 100 index or FTSE 100 and Nikkei 225 indices

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

Term: Six years

Return: Option 1 – 11% in year one provided FTSE 100 is the same or higher than its initial value, 22% in year two, 33% in year three 44% in year four, 55% in year five, or 66% in year six, option 2 – 18% in year one provided FTSE 100 and Nikeii 225 are the same or higher than their initial values, 36% in year two, 54% in year three, 72% in year four, 90% in year five or 108% in year six

Guarantee: Original capital returned in full provided indices do not fall by more than 50 per cent without returning to at least their starting values at end of term

Closing date: February 20, 2008, February 6, 2008 for Pep/Isa transfers

Commission: Initial 3%

Tel: 01727 734315

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