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BCP France Germany Kick-Out Bond 2

BCP is delighted to launch the new BCP France Germany Kick-Out Bond 2. This core European equity strategy aims to deliver high yield in a low return environment, with strong downside protection. The issuer of this listed security is BNP Paribas, one of the strongest and highest rated banks in the world. The bond references an innovative European equity Index focused on the two strongest economies in the Eurozone, and employs a robust capital protection feature. 

Key Features

  • Potential gross return of 8% per annum (48% maximum return, CAR 6.8%)

  • If the Euronext France Germany Leaders 50 EW Decrement 5% Index is more than 40% below its initial level at maturity, you will lose the same % by which the Index has fallen

  • Maximum 6 year term with annual early maturity opportunities

  • Minimum investment €20,000

  • This is a capital at risk product. BNP Paribas SA act as Guarantor

  • Closing Date 15th December 2017

 

This product is available to a wide array of investors: Personal, Pension, SSAP, ARF/AMRF, PRB, PRSA, SSAP, Friends First SDIO, Religious Orders, Charities and Corporates investors

 
This Bond is the eigth Kick-Out bond from BCP. We are pleased to announce that BCP’s 1st Kick-out Bond, the Smart Stoxx Kick-Out Bond, has matured at the 1st observation date with a gain of 8% after 12 months. The second BCP Kick-Out Bond, the Smart Stoxx Kick-Out Bond 2, is set to mature in December with a gain of 8% after 12 months, based on performance to date. All BCP Kick-Out Bonds are now in kick-out territory.
 
 
Warning: Past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance. Warning: If you invest in this product you may lose some or all of the money you invest. Warning: If you cash in your investment before 27th December 2023 you may lose some or all of the money you invest. Warning: The value of your investment may go down as well as up. Warning: Current Irish taxation legislation does not allow for a clear categorisation of the product as being subject to Capital Gains Tax. There is a risk an alternative taxation basis may apply.