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Hill Samuel offers discount on Isa


Hill Samuel Asset Management is discounting the initial charge on its Isas by 1 per cent.


The move brings the average initial charge on its funds down to 3 per cent.


HSAM has also introduced a multi-link facility allowing more than one fund to be selected under an Isa umbrella.

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