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Premier rolls out new structured offering

Premier Fund Managers is to launch a new structured product offering investors a potential of 8 per cent growth a year with the return of capital invested.

The scheme is designed as a six-year investment although the plan can mature earlier depending on the FTSE100.

Investors can expect 8 per cent capital growth if the FTSE 100 index grows by 4 per cent above its start value.

Premier managing director Jonathan Fry says: “With interest rates now remaining extremely low, we&#39ve come up with an investment with the potential to deliver double the current base rate and to do it in a tax-efficient growth way.”


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New tax regime for trusts

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Forsyth Partners – Forsyth European Bond Fund

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Govett funds to be merged into Gartmore

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