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Fiduciary Trust International – Swiss Equity Fund

Thursday, 11th January 2001.



Type: Ucits.

Aim: Growth by investing in small and medium cap Swiss companies in the industrial and service sectors.

Minimum investment: A shares – SFr 10m, B shares – SFr 2,000.

Place of registration: Dublin.

Investment split: Machinery 16.8 per cent, pharmaceuticals 12.9 per cent, food 11.4 per cent, engineering and electronics 22.1 per cent, other industrials 27.3 per cent, cash 0.1 per cent, other services 9.4 per cent.

Isa link: Yes.

Charges: Initial up to 5 per cent, annual – A shares 0.5 per cent, B shares 1 per cent.

Commission: Initial up to 3 per cent.

Tel: 020 7925 7171.

 

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