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Inscape – Inscape SIPP

Monday, 23 July 2001.



Type: Full Sipp.

Minimum investment: Lump sum £2,000, monthly £250.

Investment choice: UK bonds, UK equities, European equities

excluding UK, Japanese equities, US equities, Pacific Basin

excluding Japan.

Charges: Annual up to £49,999 – 0.75 per cent, £50,000 and above –

0.25 per cent, minimum £50 maximum £500.

Allocation rates: 100 per cent.

Options: Income withdrawal, annuity purchase.

Commission: None.

Tel: 0845 6054400.

 

 

 

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