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F&C Investments – European Growth and Income

F&C Investments – European Growth and Income

F&C Investments – European Growth and Income

Type: Sicav

Aim: Growth and income by investing in equities and equity-linked securities European companies including the UK

Minimum investment: Lump sum euro 2,500 or currency equivalent

Investment split: 22% UK, 20% Netherlands, 14% Germany, 11% France 11% Switzerland, 22% other

Place of registration: Luxemburg

Charges: Initial up to 5%, annual up to 2% for A shares, up to 2.5% for B shares

Commission: Subject to negotiation

Tel: 020 7011 5160

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