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IFAs team up to form ethical investment group

Winterthur Life is adding a tracker fund to its range of investment funds available in its company and individual pensions range.


The Winterthur Life All-Share Tracker Fund invests wholly in the Barclays Global Investors pooled Aquila Life UK Equity Index Fund, which tracks the performance of the FTSE All-Share Index.

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