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Clerical Medical offers new fund range of fund collections

Clerical Medical is introducing a new range of fund collections graded to risk – defensive, cautious and balanced – available from March 2004.
The collections are made up of funds from Insight Investment, Clerical Medical&#39s in-house fund manager, and from its external fund managers UBS, Newtons and Schroders.
Retail funds marketing manager Amanda Pitt says: “We have designed the fund collections to give intermediaries extra diversification in investment style as well as offering a good range of investment managers. We have received a number of requests from intermediaries for collections such as this and are happy to be able to provide them. We may extend the range of fund collections in the future.”

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