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Zurich rolls out structured product

Zurich is rolling out a structured product which guarantees 100 per cent capital return regardless of the movement of the FTSE 100, to which it is linked.

Backed by Dunbar Bank, the guaranteed account has a fixed term of up to five and a half years but will close on its third anniversary if the FTSE has grown by at least 30 per cent, giving investors their money back plus 30 per cent gross interest.

If the index has not grown by this level within three years, the product will continue to the end of its term and return to investors 100 per cent of the growth of the FTSE 100 in addition to the full amount of capital.

Minimum and maximum investments are £2,500 and £250,000 respectively.

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Kunal Desai, Head of Indian Equities, discusses his expectations for the Indian market and highlights the key indicators that he is watching for 2015.

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