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Standard Life – Personal Pension Flex

Friday, 12 July 2002

Type: Personal pension

Minimum premium: Lump sum £1,000, monthly £40, annual £400

Minimum-maximum ages: 1 &#45 75

Fund links: Sterling one, fixed interest one, index linked one, property one, protection one, structured one, managed one, ethical one, stock exchange one, international one, European one, Japanese one, North American one, Pacific Basin one, UK equity one, FTSE tracker one, Far East one, Standard Life global selector, Standard Life UK smaller companies, Deutsche managed portfolio, JP Morgan Fleming life moderate, UBS life managed, Deutsche Asset Management balanced, Baillie Gifford managed pension, Newton exempt global balanced, Newton managed, Gartmore European selected opportunities, Threadneedle American select growth, Fidelity special situations, Fidelity South East Asia, JP Morgan Fleming life global 70:30 equity

Charges: Annual up to 2% up to £24,999, up to 1.9% £25,000 – £49,999, up to 1.8% £50,000 and above

Allocation rates: 100%

Minimum term: Single premiums two months, regular premiums two years

Commission: Level 2.5%, renewal 0.2%

Tel: 0131 225 2552

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