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Aberdeen Asset Managers – The American Monthly Income Trust

Thursday, 12th October 2000.



Type: Jersey based split capital closed end fund.




Aim: Income and growth.




Minimum investment: Monthly £50, lump sum £1,000.




Place of registration: Jersey.




Investment split: Ordinary income shares 45 per cent, bank debt 42.5 per cent, zeros 7.5 per cent, annuity income shares 5 per cent.




Charges: Initial up to 2 per cent, annual 1.2 per cent.




Commission: Nil.




Tel: 020 7463 6327.



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