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Scottish Friendly relaunches Growth and Security Bond for 1999

Scottish Friendly Assurance is relaunching its Growth and Security bond for 1999.


The bond was first introduced in February last year. It offers an initial investment of £2000, a flexible savings term and regularly withdrawals.


The regular bonus rate for 1999 is 6.5 per cent a year. A loyalty bonus of 2.5 per cent extra units is available after 10 years.

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