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Catalyst Investment Group – Catalyst EIS Fund 2

Thursday, 3 April 2003

Aim: Growth by investing in small fast-growth companies

Minimum investment: £3,000

Opening/closing dates: March 1, 2003/April 4, 2003

Charges: Implicit

Commission: Initial 3.5%

Contact: www.catalystinvestment.co.uk

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