The Investment Bond at a glance...

Posted on April 5, 2018

Investment Bond Information

Investment Bond Information

Investment Bond

Investment Bond

  • Invest a lump sum between £1,000 - £100,000
  • Guaranteed minimum return of at least 103% after 5 years*
  • Money is invested in our managed with-profits fund
  • Open ended term – a surrender penalty will apply if you cash in the policy in the first 5 years*
  • Current interim bonus rate (@ 26/03/2018) 2.5%**
  • Current terminal bonus (@26/03/2018) 7.5%**
  • You cannot make withdrawals from this policy, if you want to take an income from your investment please have a look at our Income Bond

Great growth potential for your investment

We invest in a range of low to medium risk assets with the aim of providing higher returns than would be achieved with a bank or building society.

You can see where we invest your money below:

Where we invest your money.

Where we invest your money.

Lump Sum Investments - Click to find out more

Lump Sum Investments - Click to find out more

*We suggest a minimum term of 5 years, otherwise an early surrender penalty may apply and you could get back less than you invested.

**Bonuses are not guaranteed and depend on the performace of the with-profits fund.

This is intended as a quick guide to the Investment Bond. Please read the product brochure and Key Information Document should you wish to apply.

This blog provides generic information and opinions of the writer and should not be relied upon for making investment decisions. No advice has been provided by Sheffield Mutual. If you are in any doubt as to whether a savings or investment plan is suitable for you, you should consider contacting a financial adviser for advice. If you do not have a financial adviser, you can get details of local financial advisers by visiting www.unbiased.co.uk or www.vouchedfor.co.uk . Advisers may charge for providing such advice and should confirm any costs beforehand. *Any reference to taxation is based on the writer’s understanding of current tax legislation and practice, which could change in the future.


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