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Invesco launches ISA range

Invesco is launching both mini and maxi ISAs in April that will include cash and stocks and shares components.


The GT Money Fund which has a cash component will not be Cat-marked and has a maximum investment of £3,000.


It has an initial charge of 5.25 per cent. IFA commission is 3 per cent and renewal commission is 0.5 per cent.


The Invesco ISA, which has equity and cash components has the same charges.

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