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AIB Govett Asset Managers – European Technology Fund

Friday, 13th October 2000.



Type: Open-ended investment company.



Aim: Growth by investing in European technology.



Minimum investment: £500 lump sum, £25 a month.



Investment split: Communications equipment 32 per cent, telecommunications 12 per cent, IT & consulting services 12 per cent, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology 11 per cent, media 11 per cent, capital goods 7 per cent, household durables 6 per cent, semi conductors 4 per cent, software 3 per cent, energy 1 per cent, cash 1 per cent.



Charges: Initial 5 per cent, annual 1.5 per cent.



Special offer: Initial charge discounted by 1 per cent.



Offer period: Until 30 November 2000.



Isa link: Yes.



Pep transfer: Yes.



Commission: Initial 3 per cent, renewal 0.5 per cent.



Tel: 0800 0151646.



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