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Royal & SunAlliance International extends special offers


Royal & SunAlliance International Financial Services has extended its range of special offers to the end of July 1999.


The special offers apply to regular investments into RSAIFS international pension plan, flexible growth plan and executive savings plan.


Investments of £300 plus into the pension and flexible plans qualify for an increased allocation of 137.5 per cent in years one and two, returning to 104 per cent thereafter.


For the executive plan, investments of £500 to £999 receive an increased allocation of 113.5 per cent during years one and two then 106 per cent thereafter, £1,000 to £1,999 receive an allocation of 114.5 per cent in years one and two then 107 per cent thereafter and £2,000 plus receive an allocation of 115.5 per cent in years one and two then 108 per cent thereafter.

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