Investment bond arrangements are arrangements which:

provide for one person (‘the bond-holder’) to pay a sum of money (‘the capital’) to another (‘the bond-issuer’);

identify assets (or a class of assets) which the bond-issuer will acquire (before or after the arrangements take effect) for the purpose of generating income or gains directly or indirectly (‘the bond assets’) (which assets may be property of any kind (including rights in relation to property owned by others));

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