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Sun Life extends options on evolution bond

Sun Life International is extending the charging options on its Evolution bond to attract customers looking to start investing at lower premium levels. The initial investment is now set at £15,000 if they invest in the internal fund range. External funds are accessible with a minimum investment of £50,000. The bond has four charging structures and allocation rates ranging from 100 per cent to 104 per cent.

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