Guardian Trust payout

Last updated 07:09 01/12/2009

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Investors with savings frozen in Guardian Trust's $249 million mortgage fund will get another 10 per cent of their original investment in a further capital repayment.

Investors with savings frozen in Guardian Trust's $249 million mortgage fund will get another 10 per cent of their original investment in a further capital repayment.

Managing director Greg Campbell said sufficient cash existed in the fund to make a fourth repayment to unitholders on December 7.

The repayment takes the amount returned to investors to 45c for every dollar invested in the fund.

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