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Co-op offers extra commission on core funds

The Co-operative Investments is offering advisers an extra 1 per cent commission on investments made via Cofunds or FundsNetwork.

The offer is valid on the The Co-operative Investment’s core UK fund range until the end of 30 April.

The range includes Mike Fox’s Sustainable Leaders Trust, Andrew Moffat’s UK Income with Growth Trust and the UK Growth Trust managed by Joe Walters.

Head of investments Zach Hocking says: “Challenging market conditions are not new to us and our funds have delivered excellent performance over the last three years.

“Our cautious approach and defensive positions mean that our funds are well-placed to protect investors’ capital and benefit from any future recovery.”

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