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Royal London – Riley

Royal London

Riley

Type: Capital protected bond

Aim: Growth linked to the performance of the Schroders and/or RLAM
Minimum investment: Lump sum £10,000

Term: Five-10 years

Return: 100% of the performance of the Schroders FTSE 350 Managed Fund and/or RLAM FTSE 350 Tracker Fund

Guarantee: Up to 110% of capital returned regardless of the performance of the underlying funds depending on length of term and protection level

Charges: Initial up to 6.75% taken monthly over first five years, annual 1.3% for Schroders fund, annual 1% for RLAM fund

Commission: Initial up to 5.75% for paper application, up to 6% for online applications, a proportion of initial commission can be converted to renewal commission

Tel: 08708 506070

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