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Alquity Investment Management – Africa Fund

Alquity Investment Management – Africa Fund

Type: Sicav

Aim: Growth by investing mainly in African equities, with some exposure to corporate bonds, convertibles and cash

Minimum investment: A shares – lump sum £1,000, $2,000, euro 2,000, B shares – lump sum £5,000, $10,000, euro 10,000

Investment split: 100% in African equities, corporate bonds, convertibles and cash

Place of registration: Luxemburg

Charges: A shares – initial up to 5%, B-shares – decreasing redemption fee of 5% to 1% in first five years, annual 1.9% of which 25-35% of net annual management charge donated to charity for development projects in Africa, performance fee 20%,

Commission: Subject to negotiation

Tel: 020 7557 7850

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