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Dresdner Private Banking – Strategic Investment Fund

Tuesday, 17th October 2000.



Type: Fund of funds.



Aim: Growth by investing in Dresdner RCM unit trusts and offshore funds.



Minimum investment: £2,000.



Place of registration: Guernsey.



Investment split: 52.65 per cent UK, 45 per cent Luxemburg, 1.9 per cent sterling, 0.45 per cent North America.



Charges: Initial 5 per cent.



Options: None.



Commission: Initial 3 per cent.



Tel: 01481 727111.



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