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Royal Bank of Scotland International – Five Star Bond

Thursday, May 2 2002

Type: Guaranteed equity bond

Aim: Growth linked to the performance of Fidelity European growth, Julius Baer Japan leading stock, Credit Suisse equity (LUX) USA, Merrill Lynch mercury offshore sterling trust (MOST) UK and JPMorgan Fleming USD global funds

Minimum investment: Lump sum £5,000, $10,000

Place of registration: Jersey

Investment split: Fidelity European growth 20%, Julius Baer Japan leading stock 20%, Credit Suisse equity (LUX) USA 20%, Merrill Lynch mercury offshore sterling trust (MOST) UK 20% and JPMorgan Fleming USD global 20%

Guarantee: Capital returned in full at end of five year term regardless of performance of funds

Yield: Capital returned in full along with 75% of the average growth of the funds

Charges: None

Commission: None

Tel: 01534 285546

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