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Abbey National FundsCentre – FundsCentre Growth International

Tuesday, 15 October 2002

Aim: Growth by investing in Aberdeen American opportunities, Fidelity American, JPMF Europe, Jupiter European reinvested funds

Minimum investment: £1

Investment split: Choice of Aberdeen American opportunities, Fidelity American, JPMF Europe, Jupiter European reinvested funds

Income facility: Yes

Charges: Initial up to 2.25%, annual up to 1.5%

Commission: None

Tel: 0845 6062929

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