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Axa launches three new equity funds

Axa is launching three new aggressively managed equity funds as part of its attempt to become a top-five provider in the retail mutual funds market.

The Oeic based funds will also be available as Isas. The funds are UK opportunities, world opportunities and European opportunities.

AXA Fund Managers investment marketing head Mick Stirrup says: “The addition of these funds completes the set in terms of the retail funds we offer investors in the UK and offers our customers additional choice in European and world markets.”

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