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CLI adds seven offshore fund links

Canada Life International is adding seven external fund links to its range of offshore products.

The seven, all from JP Morgan Fleming Asset Management, brings CLI&#39s total external links to 89 from 11 fund managers.

Existing external links are provided by a range of managers including Edinburgh Fund Managers, Fidelity, Invesco Perpetual and Merrill Lynch.

The new funds include the JPMF premier equity growth, UK dynamic, European smaller companies, FF-Eastern European, FF-US strategic value, global fixed income and European Strategic value.

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