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CIS makes ethical fund available as ISA

CIS says that it is making its Environ ethical and ecological fund available as an ISA from the April 6 start date this year.


The ISA will be available to investors who contribute a lump sum of £500 or £50 a month.


The life office believes it is among the first to announce an ethical ISA prodcut.

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