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Royal & SunAlliance International Financial Services – Global Personal Portfolio

Friday, 24 August 2001.



Type: Traditional offshore bond.

Aim: To provide income, growth or income and growth by investing in

authorised UK unit trust and investment trust.

Minimum investment: Lump sum £250,000.

Place of registration: Isle of Man.

Investment split: Any authorised UK unit trusts and investment

trusts.

Charges: Initial 1 per cent on first £4m, 0.5 per cent on next £4m, 0.25

per cent in excess of £8m.

Commission: None.

Tel: 01624 821000.

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