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Friends Provident – Friends Provident Isa

Friends Provident

Friends Provident Isa

Type: Mini or maxi stocks and shares Isa

Aim: Growth by investing in up to 10 investment funds

Minimum investment: Lump sum 4,000

Catmarked: No

Investment choice: F&C fixed interest, index linked, managed, stewardship, UK equity, European, North American and four multi-manager funds
Bonus rates: 0.5% after seven and 10 years if no withdrawals are made
Fund switches: Up to 12 free fund switches a year

Charges: Annual 0.75% a year plus charges on underlying funds

Commission: Subject to negotiation

Contact: www.friendsprovident.com/ifa/isa/

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