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Guinness Asset Management – Global Money Managers Fund

Guinness Asset Management – Global Money Managers Fund

Type: Offshore Oeic

Aim: Growth by investing mainly in the equities of global companies providing asset management , investment advice and wealth management services and companies connected to those services including trustees and administrators

Minimum investment: Lump sum £5,000 , $20,000, euro 100,000

Investment split: 100% in global equities, derivatives and/or cash

Place of registration: Dublin

Charges: Initial up to 5% for sterling share class, up to 2% for dollar share class, annual 1.5% for sterling and dollar share classes, 1% for euro share class

Commission: Subject to negotiation

Contact: www.guinnessfunds.com

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