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Kick-out product from Investec Structured Products matures after one year

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Investec Structured Products’ FTSE 100 Enhanced Kick-Out Plan 34 matured on 4 March 2014.

Gary Dale (pictured), head of intermediary sales, says: "The maturity of our FTSE 100 Enhanced Kick-Out Plan 34 on its first observation (all of our previous plans have matured on either their first or second observation) is yet more good news highlighting the potential returns available over pre-defined investment terms from Structured Investments.
 
“Whilst these returns are encouraging and fantastic for investors, care should be taken when comparing the returns from our plans with those delivered from other providers or indeed other investment types. They have very specific risk and reward pay-off profiles so comparative return measurements may not always be relevant."
 
FTSE 100 Enhanced Kick-Out Plan 34 – Investec Option
This plan matured after one year, fully returning investors’ initial investments plus an additional return of 14 per cent. For example, had a client invested GBP10,000 in this plan, they would have received GBP11,400 at maturity.
 
FTSE 100 Enhanced Kick-Out Plan 34 – UK 5 Option
This plan matured after one year, fully returning investors’ initial investments plus an additional return of 10 per cent. For example, had a client invested GBP10,000 in this plan, they would have received GBP11,000 at maturity.
 
FTSE 100 Enhanced Kick-Out Plan 34 – Investec Option (Execution Only Version)
This plan matured after one year, fully returning investors’ initial investments plus an additional return of 11 per cent. For example, had a client invested GBP10,000 in this plan, they would have received GBP11,100 at maturity.
 
FTSE 100 Enhanced Kick-Out Plan 34 – UK 5 Option (Execution Only Version)
This plan matured after one year, fully returning investors’ initial investments plus an additional return of seven per cent. For example, had a client invested GBP10,000 in this plan, they would have received GBP10,700 at maturity.

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