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Clariden Bank – Clariden Luxury Goods Equity Fund

Tuesday, 17th October 2000.



Type: Oeic.




Aim: Growth by investing in equities of luxury goods companies.




Minimum investment: 1017 Euros.




Place of registration: Guernsey.




Investment split: 80 per cent Europe, 20 per cent rest of the world.




Charges: Annual 2 per cent.




Commission: Initial 1 per cent, renewal 1 per cent.




Tel: 0041 12056171.


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