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Norwich Union – Your Pension @ Norwich Union – Group

Friday, 9 April.

Type: Group stakeholder pension.

Minimum premium: £20.

Minimum group size: 1.

Minimum-maximum ages: 16-74.

Fund links: Stakeholder with-profits, balanced managed, UK index tracker fund, sustainable future managed, retirement protection, deposit, defensive managed, UK equity, European equity, US equity, global bond, global equity, Pacific equity, index-linked gilt, gilt, international index tracker, property, sustainable future UK growth, sustainable future global growth, sustainable future European growth, sustainable future corporate bond, sustainable future absolute growth, Deutsche balanced, Deutsche Japanese equity, Deutsche UK equity, Deutsche North American equity, Deutsche UK small company, Deutsche multinationals, Invesco managed, Invesco global equity, Invesco UK smaller companies, Invesco international equity, Invesco European equity, Merrill Lynch balanced portfolio, Merrill Lynch high income bond, Merrill Lynch income, Merrill Lynch European growth, Merrill Lynch American, Societe Generale stockmarket managed, Societe Generale global managed.

Charges: Annual 0.4-1 per cent.

Allocation rates: 100 per cent.

Minimum term: One month.

Options: None.

Special offer: Annual charge reduced to 0.25-1 per cent after five years.

Offer period: Until further notice.

Commission: Single premium fund based 0.4 per cent. Regular premium – Either fund based 0.4 per cent or initial 30 per cent of Lautro, renewal 2.5 per cent or initial 20 per cent of Lautro, fund based 0.2 per cent or level 2.7 per cent.

Tel: 0845 9444800.

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