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EFM offers new protection strategy

Edinburgh Fund Managers has created a new Pep protection strategy which it says offers investors security during the current market volatility plus growth potential.


The strategy is based around the Edinburgh Safety First fund. Investors with other EFM Peps can switch their money into this fund and then at an appropriate time in future switch back with all moves free of initial charges. The exit fee out of the Safety First fund is also waived for the first 12 months.

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