NatWest International has launched issue 8 of its Navigator International Account offering customers the chance of some positive returns in both rising and falling markets along with capital protection.
Navigator International is sold through the Bank’s International Wealth Management service. It’s a five-year structured deposit account which tracks the performance of the RBS UK Navigator Index. Investing customers have the opportunity to realise positive returns in both bear and bull markets.
NatWest International says the account responds to customer sentiment on investing in the current low interest rate environment and economic unpredictability.
Dave Isley, Head of NatWest IPB, comments, “Having listened to our customers we have been delighted by the response we have received for the Navigator International account. We understand our customers value the ability to save in new areas, but still have capital protection in place and the Navigator International account gives them the opportunity to benefit from the market conditions with the comfort of knowing their initial deposit is protected.”
The account’s offer period runs until the 7th October. Last date for funds is 27th October and the start date is 3rd November. Minimum deposit if £10,000.
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