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F&C launches free on-line Pep and Isa service

Foreign & Colonial Management has unveiled a free online PEP and ISA service which enables clients to keep track of their investments 24 hours a day.

Customers need to register to obtain a password and this can be done by visiting the F&C website at www.fandc.co.uk.

F&C director and head of investment trusts Jeremy Tigue says: "Our online PEP and ISA service is easy to use."

"Investors can change payment details, make withdrawals from their ISA account and obtain valuations of their portfolio, all when it suits them."

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