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Artemis opens funds of funds to individual investors

Artemis is opening up its individual funds of funds directly to
investors from October 1.

Previously, the funds &#45 three portfolio funds and five multi-manager
funds &#45 were only available through Artemis&#39 premier funds service,
head by Aidan Kearney.

All the funds are Isable and can be accessed with a minimum
investment of £1,000.

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