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Government allows investments trusts to offer Cat ISA

The Government has announced plans to allow investment trusts to offer equity Cat-marked individual savings accounts.


The AITC has welcomed the move. It describes trusts as an excellent value, low-cost product ideal for long term investments by individuals.


The government has also incorporated more sophisticated risk warnings and is planning an advertising campaign to raise awareness about ISA&#39s and the CAT Standard.

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