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Govett Investments – Corporate Monthly Income Fund

Tuesday, 28th November 2000.

Type: Ucits.

Aim: Income by investing in predominantly investment grade corporate bonds.

Minimum investment: Lump sum £1,000, monthly £25.

Place of registration: Dublin.

Investment split: Investment grade bonds 80 per cent, non-investment grade bonds 20 per cent.

Yield: 7.75 per cent gross a year.

Isa link: Yes.

Charges: Initial 3.5 per cent, annual 1.25 per cent.

Commission: Initial 3 per cent, annual 0.5 per cent.

Tel: 0800 0151646.



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