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HSBC Exchange Traded Funds – HSBC MSCI Canada ETF

HSBC Exchange Traded Funds – HSBC MSCI Canada ETF

Type: Exchange traded fund

Aim: Growth by tracking the performance of the MSCI Canada index

Minimum investment: One share – negotiable with stockbroker

Investment split: 100% tracking the performance of the MSCI Canada Index

Place of registration: Dublin

Isa link: Yes

Charges: Annual 0.35%

Commission: None

Tel: 08456 076 144

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Global benefits predictions for 2015 from Jelf International

According to Doug Rice, managing director of international services, in 2015, managing their international duty of care will become an increasing focus for UK-based overseas organisations in both managing their short- and longer-term challenges. As a result, strong independent advice and innovative technological solutions will become more important than ever in managing their global benefits.

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