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HSBC – Portfolio Management Service

Tuesday, 17th October 2000.



Aim: Income and/or growth by investing in actively managed UK unit trusts and Oeics.



Minimum investment: £30,000.



Investment split: Three investment strategies – income portfolio, growth portfolio, balanced portfolio.



Income facility: Income portfolio, balanced portfolio &#45 half-yearly.



Charges: Initial 3 per cent up to £99,999, initial 2 per cent above £100,000, annual up to 1 per cent.



Commission: None.



Tel: 023 8053 1467.



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