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Newcastle capital safe bond closes on Friday

Investors have just three more days to invest in Newcastle Building Society’s Capital Safe Bond.

The Bond, which closes on Friday, offers a 100 per cent capital guarantee over the three year life of the investment.

Returns are linked to the FTSE 100, Eurostoxx 50 and Nikkei 225 indices, with investors receiving 85 per cent of average growth of the three markets.


Savings and investment

B1. ISA CHANGESNo announced changes to ISAs so the maximum annual contribution limit of £7,000 (including up to £3,000 in cash) remains and can be used each year until April 2006.COMMENT ISAs will continue to form, for many, the first “block” of their non-pension wrapped investments. It should be borne in mind that the £7,000 […]

Network set up to promote SRI across Europe

Jupiter head of environmental research unit Emma Howard Boyd will become the founding chair of the European Sustainable and Responsible Investment Forum.The forum aims to promote SRI across Europe and will co-ordinate the work of other forums in Germany, Italy, France and Holland.Howard Boyd says: “Recent studies have shown that despite the importance of green […]

Inside edge

If businesses merge to achieve efficiencies and become more effective, why should regulators not take advantage of the same potential remedy?The question is largely academic now that N2 looms and that, to all intents and purposes, we have already entered the new age of a single financial regulator. But it is still worth taking a […]

IFA internet access soaring

Rocketing numbers of IFAs and mortgage brokers have access to the internet through PC’s on their desks, according to research by sub-prime lender Future Mortgages. In a survey of around 400 intermediaries, Future found that 89 per cent had internet access close to hand, up from just 28 per cent in January. The lender says […]

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White paper — Sierra Leone International Insights

Jelf Employee Benefits assesses the areas that employers should be aware of when considering operating in Sierra Leone, including healthcare access, delivery and insurance provisions. This report draws on various sources to highlight specific considerations for this emerging jewel in West Africa.


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