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Sanlam Global Investment Solutions – Global Investment Plan

Sanlam Global Investment Solutions – Global Investment Plan

SANLAM GLOBAL INVESTMENT SOLUTIONS – Global Investment Plan

Type: Offshore bond

Minimum investment: Lump sum £50,000, euro 50,000, $50,000

Place of registration: Guernsey

Investment choice: Choice of funds, discretionary management, funds with P2Strategies or  Accel portfolios with P2Strategies

Charges: Annual 0.25-0.4% depending on amount invested, fund management charges depending on fund,s selected, P2Strategies annual 0.75%, Accel portfolios with P2Strategies annual 1%

Commission: Annual advice fee up to 1.5%

Tel: 0207 621 3722

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