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Prudential – PruFund Investment Plan

Type:
Smoothed unitised investment bond

Aim:
Growth and income by investing in a choice of two smoothed managed funds

Minimum investment:
Lump sum £5,000

Fund links:
PruFund growth fund,
PruFund growth and income fund

Charges:
Regular income option &#45 establishment charge 0.45% a year for first five years, annual 1.5% until year 10, thereafter 1%,
no income option &#45 establishment charge 0.25% a year in first five years, annual 1.25% until year 10, thereafter 1%,
initial 1% for three year cash in charge option

Commission:
Initial up to 5.25%,
renewal up to 0.5%

Tel: 0845 7900 999

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