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Standard Life European Smaller Companies Fund

  • Aims to provide long term growth by investing predominantly in the shares of smaller companies listed on European stock markets, including the UK.

  • This is a Unit Linked Insured Fund.

  • The fund is actively managed by Standard Life investment team, who will select stocks to try to take advantage of opportunities they have identified.

  • Medium risk investment.

Open Ended Investment
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Cantor Fitzgerald Global 85% Progressive Protection Bond

  • Investment Strategy linked to Fundsmith Global Equity and PIMCO Global Bond Funds

  • Continuous upward only capital protection feature, ensures a minimum repayment of 85% of the highest Net Asset Value (NAV) ever achieved.

  • Dual asset active management strategy aims to generate stable returns in a wide range of market conditions.

  • Minimum Investment €10,000

Open ended Investment
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Cantor Fitzgerald        Euro Blue Chip Kick Out Bond 8

  • Potential returns of 10% p.a. even if the underlying stocks have fallen by up to 10%

  • Additional “Star” protection feature where if any of the 4 stocks are above their Initial Price Level on the Final Valuation Date 100% of capital is returned

  • 5-year investment term with 9 potential opportunities to redeem every 6 months from year 1 onward

  • Minimum Investment amount: €10,000

Closing Date: 16th July 2021
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Zurich

Zurich Prisma 4 Fund

  • An actively managed fund which aims to achieve growth through capital gains and income from investing across a diversified range of global asset classes.

  • Designed for the medium risk, growth investor that is looking for a globally diversified portfolio with an emphasis on long-term capital growth.

  • Diversified range of asset classes including equities, bonds, property, cash and alternative assets.

  • Aim is to generate long-term capital growth.

Open-ended Fund regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland
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