Tilney Investment Management is looking to add a sterling share class to its 10-year capital guaranteed note, which is structured around the group's Opal Alternative Growth Fund.
At the moment the group is currently marketing euro and dollar versions of the note, which features a minimum capital guarantee of 115% plus potential gains locked in if investors hold the notes to maturity. The guarantee is provided by Societe Generale.
Returns on the note are capped at 175% exposure to the performan
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