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2 per cent offer on Gartmore funds

Gartmore is offering a 2 per cent discount off the initial charge for lump sum investments into its European selected opportunities and American growth funds.

The offer, which is also open to Pep and Isa transfers, will run from November 4 to December 31.

Gartmore head of UK retail Paul Feeney says: “With both funds retaining long established strong fund managers at the helm and excellent long term track records we are confident that the discount will prove to be an attractive proposition for investors.”

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