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Alexander David Securities – EIS Small Cap Fund

Alexander David Securities

EIS Small Cap Fund

Type: Enterprise investment scheme fund

Aim: Growth by investing mainly in smaller unquoted companies on Aim and Plus markets

Minimum investment: Lump sum £5,000

Closing date: July 17, 2009

Charges: Initial 6.5%. annual 2% plus 0.5% administration fee, 20% performance fee on termination of the fund

Commission: Initial up to 3%, renewal 0.33 per cent for three years




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