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HSBC sets up multi-provider Isa

HSBC has launched a direct-offer multi-provider Isa, combining its income

& growth fund, Merrill Lynch&#39s UK dynamic fund and Framlington&#39s health

funds into one wrapper. The product, which is one of the first to take

advantage of the relaxation in polarisation rules, will be marketed by

mailshot to HSBC&#39s existing client base.

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