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Edinburgh Fund Managers – Global Growth Portfolio

Wednesday, 15th November 2000.



Type: Unit trust.



Aim: Growth by investing in unit trusts and Oeics.



Minimum investment: Lump sum £2,000, monthly £100. Isa lump sum £2,000, monthly £150.



Investment split: US 50 per cent, Europe 20 per cent, UK 12 per cent, Japan 9 per cent, Pacific and emerging markets 9 per cent.



Isa link: Yes.



Pep transfers: No.



Charges: Initial 3.25 per cent, annual 1.5 per cent.



Commission: Initial 3 per cent, renewal 0.75 per cent.



Tel: 0800 9175678.

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