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Fidelity extends free transfer deal

Fidelity is extending its 0 per cent initial charge offer period for Isa and Pep transfers into its investment trust range until April 30. Transfers can be made individually into a range of five trusts or into its 5-in-1 investment trust Isa package.

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You know times are tough in the offshore industry when they start scaling back on basic telecomms. The Diary understands that Scottish Equitable International&#39s marketing department is down to one mobile phone between them – but it could have been worse without the selfless efforts of product marketing manager Steve Whalley, who spurned the chance […]

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