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American Express Financial Services Europe – Adviser Service Sipp

Type:
Full Sipp

Minimum investment:
No minimum

Investment choice:
Unit trusts, Oeics, individual shares traded on the London Stock Exchange and Aim markets, cash

Charges:
Set up fee £200,
annual £340,
drawdown annual charge £120

Special offer:
Set up charge reduced to £150,
annual charge reduced to £250

Offer period:
Until April 30, 2005

Commission:
None

Tel: 0845 355 5563

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