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Skandia – Pension Trustee Bond

Tuesday, 15 May 2001.

Type: Unit linked bond.

Aim: Growth by investing in unit trusts, Oeics and investment trusts.

Minimum investment: £3,000.

Fund links: 222 funds from Aberdeen Asset Management, ABN Amro, Alliance Capital Management, Baring Asset Management, Baring, Houston & Saunders, BlackRock International, Credit Suisse Asset Management, Deutsche Asset Management, Dresdner RCM, Fidelity Investments, Foreign & Colonial, Framlington, Gartmore, Henderson Global Investors, ING Investment Management, Invesco Perpetual, Investec Asset Management, JPMorgan Fleming Asset Management, Jupiter, M&G Investment Management, Merrill Lynch Investment Management, Newton, Schroders, Societe Generale Asset Management, Threadneedle Investments, Wellington Management LLP.

Allocation rates: 100 per cent.

Charges: Initial 5 per cent, annual 0.75 per cent.

Switches: Unlimited free switches.

Options: None.

Commission: Choice of – initial 4 per cent or initial 2.25 per cent plus fund based 0.5 per cent.

Tel: 02380 726597.






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