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Arbuthnot fund managers launches growth portfolio

Arbuthnot Fund Managers has launched a new International Growth Portfolio aimed at achieving above average growth in the medium to long term through investment in managed funds.

The new fund offers three per cent commission and 0.5 per cent per annum renewal, with an extra 0.5 per cent initial commission on portfolios opened before December 31, 2000.

AFM director Wayne Giesbrecht says: “The ever increasing number of thematic funds and the large number of geographically defined products makes it difficult for investors to make their own choices. Our managed &#39fund of funds&#39 approach solves this problem.”

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