NDFA releases latest Twin Option Kick Out plan

The plan also offers the possibility of early maturity on five annual occasions, according to the performance of the respective index or indexes. In order to mature early, the underlying indexes must be the same or higher than their starting levels on any early maturity date. Capital is returned at maturity, provided that the respective index or indexes do not drop by more than 50% from their starting level during the investment term and fail to recover by maturity. If this occurs, capital

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