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One of the special in unit-linked products are the choice of various types of managed funds provided by the company issuing life insurance. Completeness type of funding is important, to be tailored to the investment objectives and risk profile of each customer. Risk profile refers to the level of risk that can be tolerated, that you are in readiness to bear the investment risk levels fluctuate.
What is interesting with funds under management, customers are given to move the funds’ fund switching “from one fund into a fund other according to the financial condition and risk profile may change over time.
However, insurance companies generally provide limits for transfer funds free of charge, after which time it companies will charge a fee for each transfer of funds administration done.
However, above all the above benefits is important to note that the unit-linked policyholders will not guarantee results cash value that can be given, but is entirely dependent on the level of the unit price of the underlying units, which in turn depends on how the performance of the fund units of a selected link them.
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