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Investment firm Jubilee Financial Products has launched two structured investment products.

The firm has issued the latest version (Issue 6) of its Early Redemption Plan, backed by securities issued by UBS and linked to the FTSE 100 Index.

The plan is designed to appeal to sophisticated investors offering potential early return of capital with an 8.25 per cent redemption bonus for each year of investment.

The company has also issued a Regular Income Plan, comprised of securities linked to the FTSE 100 Index and issued by Merrill Lynch. The plan offers a 1.625 per cent coupon on or around 16 June, September, December and March in each year of the investment term, which is equivalent to 6.50 per cent per annum.

Both products have a five year investment term, with a minimum GBP15,000 investment required. Capital will be returned at maturity provided the FTSE 100 Index does not fall by 50 per cent or more on any day during the investment term. In this event, capital may be reduced proportionately with the index level at the end of the investment term.

“Our latest issue of the Early Redemption Plan is designed to capitalise on high levels of interest shown in Issue 5, while our latest income plan will be of interest to investors requiring an income and willing to put their capital at risk,” says Jubilee chief executive Adam Habib.

“The Early Redemption Plan Six has the potential for a redemption bonus of 8.25 per cent for every year it has been invested – so the maximum potential return could be 41.25 per cent at the end of the five year term.”

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