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Royal Skandia – Collective Redemption Bond

Friday, 9th February 2001.


Type: Unit linked bond.
Aim: Growth and income by investing globally in unit trusts, investment trusts and Oeics.
Minimum investment: £25,000.
Allocation rates: 100 per cent.
Charges: Initial 1 per cent, annual 1 per cent in first five years.
Commission: Initial 5 per cent.
Tel: 02380 726345.

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