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Scottish Friendly Assurance – Growth & Security Bond

Friday 25 January, 2002

Type: With-profits bond.

Aim: Growth.

Minimum investment: Lump sum £3,000.

Bonus rate: 5.25 per cent.

Allocation rates: £3,000 – £9,999 95 per cent, £10,000 and above 96
per cent.

Charges: Implicit.

Options: 2.5 per cent bonus on tenth anniversary.

Commission: Initial 5.25 per cent.

Tel: 0800 834428.

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