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Zurich International Life – International Wealth Account

Wednesday, 31 July 2002
Type: Single premium unit-linked bond

Aim: Growth by investing in unit trusts, Oeics and fund of funds

Minimum investment: Lump sum £40,000

Place of registration: Isle of Man

Investment split: 100% in unit trusts, Oeics and fund of funds

Isa link: No

Charges: Initial &#45 structure A up to 2%, structure B up to 1%, structure C up to 2.15%, annual &#45 structure A up to 0.5%, structure B up to 0.95%

Commission: Structure A choice of initial 6.5% or initial 4%, renewal 0.5%, structure B initial 4%, renewal 0.5%, structure C initial 6.5%

Tel: 0500 546546

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