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Edinburgh announces tie up with Clerical Medical and Albany

Edinburgh Fund Managers has announced further ties with Clerical Medical International and Albany International.


This is the latest in a series of tie ups, giving the manager access to the IFA market.


CMI will offer the Edinburgh &#39Safety First&#39 protected fund.


Albany has added the Albany International Managed Growth Portfolio, managed by Edinburgh, to its range.


The fund manager already manages the Albany International Safety First fund.

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