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Norwich Union – Guaranteed Fund

Norwich Union

Guaranteed Fund

Type: Unit-linked fund

Aim: Growth by investing in global equities, bonds, property and cash

Minimum investment: Lump sum 5,000

Investment split: 40-45% in equities and property, remainder in fixed interest

Term: Five years

Guarantee: Original capital returned in full on fifth anniversary

Charges: Annual 1.5%

Commission: Initial 4%

Tel: 0845 9444800

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