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Baillie Gifford – Select Pension

Full self-invested personal pension

Minimum investment:
Lump sum £50,
monthly £50

Investment choice:
Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust, Monks Investment Trust, Scottish American Investment Company, Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust, Baillie Gifford Japan Trust, Baillie Gifford Shin Nippon, Pacific Horizon Investment Trust, Mid Wynd Investment Trusts, Baillie Gifford Bond Pension Fund, Baillie Gifford Unit Linked Pension Fund, Baillie Gifford Long Gilt Pension Fund, Baillie Gifford Investment Grade Long Bond Pension Fund and other permitted externally managed Oeics, unit trusts, UK listed securities and shares

Weekly purchase £7.50, daily purchase £15,
weekly sale £15, daily sale £30, additional costs for underlying investments, income withdrawal and pension transfers


Tel: 0800 0275580


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Expert witness

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