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Royal & SunAlliance – Trustee Investment Plan

Wednesday, 24 October 2001.

Type: Trustee investment plan.

Minimum premium: Lump sum £10,000.

Investment choice: Cash deposit, fixed interest, index-linked, pension protector, balanced growth, managed growth, unitised with-profits, equity, FTSE allshare tracker, property, UK leader and eurotech.

Charges: Annual up to 1 per cent.

Allocation rate: 100 per cent.

Options: Penalty free withdrawals up to 5 per cent a year.

Commission: Up to 0.7 per cent.



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