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Chase Fleming – FF-Global Dynamic Fund

Friday, 12th January 2001.

Type: Sicav.

Aim: Growth by investing in world wide stocks.

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

Place of registration: Luxemburg.

Investment split: Australia 1.3 per cent, Belgium 0.4 per cent, Canada 2.6 per cent, Denmark 0.4 per cent, Finland 1.3 per cent, France 5.4 per cent, Germany 3.6 per cent, Hong Kong 1.2 per cent, Ireland 0.2 per cent, Italy 2.4 per cent, Japan 10.3 per cent, Netherlands 2.7 per cent, Norway 0.2 per cent, Portugal 0.4 per cent, Singapore 0.5 per cent, Spain 0.8 per cent, Sweden 1.4 per cent, Switzerland 3.2 per cent, United Kingdom 10 per cent, USA 51.7 per cent.

Isa link: Yes.

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

Commission: Initial 3 per cent.

Tel: 0800 269843.



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