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Gartmore waives initial charge on English & Scottish

Gartmore is waiving its initial charge in full for lump sum investors buying English & Scottish Investors Ordinary Shares.

The E&S Ordinary Shares fund offer is available with an Isa wrapper until April 5. Lump sum investments must be from a minimum £3,000 to a maximum £7,000.

Gartmore marketing manager Ian Overage says: “E&S&#39s strategy is to achieve capital growth from active investment worldwide. The holdings include respected blue chip stocks such as Vodafone, GlaxcoSmithKline, BP Amoco and Lloyds TSB.”

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