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Norwich Union – Prosper Bond

Tuesday, 1 October 2002

Type: Guaranteed income bond

Minimum-maximum investment: £5,000-no maximum

Term: Four years

Guarantee: Capital returned in full providing index does not fall by more than 20% over the term

Return: 6% net a year paid monthly, annually or at end of term

Closing date: November 13, 2002

Commission: None

Tel: 0845 9444800

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