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Virgin Money launches first guaranteed equity bond

Virgin Money is launching into the guaranteed equity bond market with a product offering 130 per cent exposure to the FTSE 100 index.
The GEB has a five year term and offers a full capital guarantee. The offer period runs until 10 October and a minimum investment of 3,000 is required.
In the last year of the product’s term, the FTSE’s daily performance will be averaged out to provide a form of smoothing of returns before maturity.

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