Structured Accelerated Growth Plans

Potential for Multiple Times Index Growth

Structured accelerated growth plans offer investors the potential of leveraged exposure to the upside performance of an underlying asset e.g. FTSE 100. This type of plan is designed to accelerate performance in the event of moderate market growth e.g. a 5 year plan that is designed to capture 3 times index growth with the index capped at 20% so the maximum growth is capped at 60%. This type of plan allows investors who believe there will be moderate market growth to accelerate any gains.

 

With most accelerated growth plans capital is at risk. So at maturity if the underlying asset has fallen by a set amount e.g. 50% then capital is at risk. It is important to read the details of the plan so you understand how it works.

 

For a selection of structured accelerated growth plans see below:

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