First State Investments is kicking off the Chinese New Year by offering a 0.5 per cent discount on entry fees into its Greater China growth fund. The initial cha-rge on the fund, which laun-ched in December, will be 3.5 per cent until April 5.
Framlington is cutting by 1 per cent off the 5 per cent charge for lump-sum Isa investments into its flagship equity income fund managed by George Luckraft. The discount, which runs to April 30, applies to investments of £1,000 or more, including Pep and Isa transfers.
SG Asset Management is offering a 2 per cent discount on lump-sum Isa inv-estments into its UK growth and UK special opportunities funds. Initial charge will be 3.25 per cent until April 5.
Legal & General will refund its annual management fee during 2004 to new investors putting at least £3,000 into its index tracker or high-income Isa before April 30, provided that the investment is held until December 31. Existing L&G customers topping up their index tracking or high-inc-ome Isa by £500 or more are also eligible. Refunds will be paid in early 2005.
M&G is extending the 2 per cent discount on its recovery and dividend funds until April 6. The initial charge will be 3 per cent for lumpsum investment into the funds' A-share classes.