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Woolwich Plan Managers – Woolwich Capital Growth Plan

Guaranteed equity bond

Growth linked to the performance of the FTSE 100 index

Minimum-maximum investment:
Isa £7,000

Six years

30% of original investment at the end of year three if the index has risen by at least 30% or 107.5% growth in index at end of term

Original capital returned in full regardless of performance of index

Closing date:
August 20, 2004,
August 6, 2004 Pep/Isa transfers

Initial 3%

Tel: 0845 070 5087


Insight Investment – Insightt Foundation Property Trust

Type: Closed-ended fund Aim: Income and growth by investing in UK commercial property Minimum investment: Lump sum £2,000 Investment split: 37% retail, 33% industrial, 30% offices Isa link: Yes Pep transfers: Yes Place of registration: Guernsey Charges: Initial up to 2.5%, annual up to 1.3% Commission: Initial up to 3% Tel: 0845 850 6050

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