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Skandia – MultiBond &#45 Skandia Distribution Bond

Type:
Unit-linked bond

Aim:
Income and growth by investing in a range of distribution funds

Minimum investment:
Lump sum £5,000

Fund links:
Skandia Axa distribution, Skandia DWS managed distribution, Skandia New Star managed distribution, Skandia Norwich distribution, Skandia Prudential distribution, Skandia distribution portfolio

Allocation rate:
100%

Special offer:
Allocation rate increased to 103%

Offer period:
Until April 6, 2004

Options:
Ability to switch out of distribution funds into 300 other funds

Charges:
Establishment charge 1% a year for first six years,
annual 0.75%

Commission:
Initial 7%,
initial 5%, renewal 0.5%

Tel: 02320 334410

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