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Sarasin Investment Management – Sarasin Guaranteed Portfolio – GlobalSar Protected Guaranteed Note Series 5

Type:
Capital-protected fund

Aim:
Growth linked to the performance of the
Sarasin CI GlobalSar sterling fund

Minimum investment:
Lump sum £7,000

Term:
Five years

Charges:
Initial 5%,
annual 1.5%

Commission:
Initial 3%,
renewal 0.25%

Closing date:
June 15, 2004

Tel: 020 7246 0430

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