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Axa Sun Life launches ISA range

Axa Sun Life has revealed its range of ISAs including the option to have no initial charge on its funds.

The life office has divided its ISAs into an &#39A&#39 class range with up front charges and a &#39B&#39 class range with no up front charges.

The &#39A&#39 class shares have an upfront charge of 3.5 per cent and an annual charge of 1 per cent.

The &#39B&#39 class shares have no initial charge and a 1.5 per cent annual charge. This rises to 2 per cent for the insurance component. There is no cash component on offer.

The stocks and shares component can invest in the Axa Sun Life UK Investment Company and from 1 July in the Axa Sun Life Global Investment Company. The life insurance component invests in a with-profits fund.

The life office is offering both maxi and mini Isa options.


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