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Credit Suisse Asset Management – Credit Suisse Global Focus Fund

Wednesday, 15th November 2000.



Type: Oeic.



Aim: Growth by investing in 50 to 60 of the best performing stocks worldwide.



Minimum investment: Lump sum £1,000, regular savings £50 per month, Isa £100 per month.



Investment split: US 32 per cent, UK 10 per cent, South Korea 4 per cent, Singapore 2 per cent, Portugal 2 per cent, Netherlands 4 per cent, Japan 14 per cent, Italy 2 per cent, Hong Kong 2 per cent, Germany 6 per cent, France 6 per cent, Finland 2 per cent, Denmark 2 per cent, Canada 6 per cent, Brazil 2 per cent, Bermuda 2 per cent, Australia 2 per cent.



Isa link: Yes.



Pep transfers: Yes.



Charges: 5.25 per cent initial, 1.5 per cent annual.



Tel: 020 7426 2929.

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