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Autif says last quarter of last Pep season off to &#39flying start&#39

The Association of Unit Trusts and Investment Funds says that the final quarter of the last ever Pep season has got off to a flying start.


Total gross Pep sales are up 14 per cent up to £302.9m in January from £266.5m for last year.


Pep sales through intermediaries make up 33 per cent of sales in January up from 27 per cent on the previous year.


These figures bring the total Pep funds under management to just under £50bn.

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