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Christows sets up seminars for IFAs

Independent stockbroker and portfolio fund manager Christows is hosting a series of seminars for IFAs. The five seminars are being held from February 7 to 13 in London and the South-west. They focus on world markets and global opportunities for invest ment in 2001. They will also cover trends affecting investment trusts and opportunities for IFAs. Presen ters include chief investment strategist Henry Rising and Nick Greenwood, fund manager of Christows&#39 Oeic funds and specialist investment trust portfolios.

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