View more on these topics

Chase Fleming – FF-European Dynamic Fund

Thursday, 11th January 2001.

Type: Sicav.

Aim: Growth by investing in European stocks.

Minimum investment: Lump sum £2,000, monthly £50.

Place of registration: Luxemburg.

Investment split: UK 21 per cent, Austria 0.5 per cent, Belgium 1.5 per cent, Denmark 3.4 per cent, Eire 1.1 per cent, Finland 2.7 per cent, France 19.2 per cent, Germany 12.2 per cent, Italy 10.5 per cent, Netherlands 8.9 per cent, Norway 2.1 per cent, Portugal 1.1 per cent, Spain 1.8 per cent, Sweden 3.5 per cent, Switzerland 7.5 per cent, cash 3 per cent.

Isa link: Yes.

Charges: Initial 5 per cent, annual 1.5 per cent.

Commission: Initial 3 per cent.

Tel: 0800 269843.



IFAP sets up freefone consumer hotline

IFA Promotion has set up a freefone consumer hotline offering information on local IFAs. IFAP will be phasing out its existing hotline number. The aim is to further boost enquiries to IFAP following its busiest year yet in 2000, with over 130,000 people contacting IFAP, an increase of 44 per cent on 1999. Callers to […]

Be sensible – not fashionable

With mixed predictions over the future of the US economy over the short and long term and the continuing rollercoaster ride on the world stockmarkets, many investors are approaching the coming Isa season with an element of caution. Last week&#39s half-point cut in US short-term lending rates and talk of more to follow will leave […]

Quester bets on UK companies

QUESTER Venture Capital Trust 4 Aim: Growth by investing in a spread of unquoted UK companies. Minimum investment: £3,000. Opening-closing date: November 1, 2000-April 3, 2001 for tax year 2000/2001. Until May 31, 2001 for tax year 2001/2002. Charges: None. Commission: Initial 3 per cent. Tel: 020 722 5472. Mark Spendlove, associate director, Bowland Financial […]

Scottish Life management appointments

Scottish Life has appointed two new members to its management team. David McKenzie is the new senior product marketing manager and is responsible for developing promotional literature and product support services for IFAs. McKenzie was formerly account manager in Prudential&#39s corporate pensions division after spending 10 years at Scottish Amicable. Paul Spriddle has been appointed […]

How can I help develop my professional connections?

Graeme Ballantyne, business consultancy manager, looks at how you can maximise the opportunities through your professional connections As we move through the summer months it’s perhaps a good time to pause and reflect on whether the plans you’ve made for your business are bearing fruit. One area we at PruConsulting know many advisers have been […]


News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up


    Leave a comment