Meteor Asset Management has started marketing its Prima Platinum Plan 7.
Based on the FTSE 100 and S&P 500, the five-year plan offers two investment options.
The ‘100% option' will mature on any anniversary where both indices are equal or above their opening level.
On maturity, investors will receive 12.5% growth for each year the plan has been in force.
Should one or both indices be below their opening level on the anniversary date, then the plan will continue.
Meanwhile, the ‘90% option' matures if on any anniversary both indices are equal or above 90% their opening level
The plan will pay 8% growth for each year the plan has been in force, otherwise it will continue until the next anniversary.
Capital is at risk only if one or both indices fall below 50% of its respective opening level during the investment term.
Meteor managing director Graham Devile says: "Whilst markets have recovered to some degree over recent weeks, there is still a degree of uncertainty as to outlook over both the short and medium term.
"Given the uncertainty we believe this plan provides investors with the ability to achieve attractive rates of return in a number of market conditions."
The plans are open for investment until 19 October 2010, set at a minimum of £10,000. It is available as ISA, SIPP and SSAS, with commission at 3%.
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