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Standard Life – Group Plan

Tuesday January 29, 2002

Type: Group money purchase pension.

Minimum premium: Monthly £50 a member.

Minimum group size: 17.

Minimum-maximum ages: 18-75.

Fund links: Standard Life funds – Sterling one, fixed interest one,
property one, protection one, structured one, indexed linked one,
managed one, ethical one, international one, stock exchange one,
Far East one, European one, Japanese one, North American one,
Pacific Basin one, UK equity one, tracker one, with-profits one, global
selector, UK smaller companies, pension 2 sterling, pension 2 fixed
interest, pension 2 property, pension 2 protection, pension 2
structured, pension 2 index-linked, pension 2 managed, pension 2
ethical, pension 2 international, pension 2 stock exchange, pension 2
Far East, pension 2 European, pension 2 Japanese, pension 2 North
American, pension 2 Pacific Basin, pension 2 U.K. Equity, pension 2
Tracker, pension 2 With-profits, pension 2 UK fixed interest, pension
2 overseas fixed interest. 14 funds from Deutsche, Fidelity, Gartmore,
JP Morgan Fleming, Newton, Phillips & Drew, Threadneedle.

Charges: Annual 1 per cent.

Allocation rates: 100 per cent.

Minimum term: Two years.

Commission: 0.16 per cent fund based, 0.2 per cent accelerated fund based or 2
per cent level.

Contact: www.ifazone.com.

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