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SG Life & Pensions – SG Life International Bond

Tuesday, 11 September 2001.



Type: Traditional offshore bond.

Aim: Growth by investing in a choice of three risk graded portfolios,

cautious, balanced, aggressive or a self-select option with a choice

of 94 unit trusts, oeics, managed bond funds and investment

trusts.

Minimum investment: £50,000.

Place of registration: Guernsey.

Investment split: Choice of three risk graded portfolios, cautious,

balanced, aggressive or a self-select option with a choice of 94 unit

trusts, oeics, managed bond funds and investment trusts.

Isa link: No.

Charges: Initial up to 0.7 per cent a quarter for three years, annual up

to 0.3125 a quarter.

Commission: Subject to negotiation.

Tel: 01865 747314.

 

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