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Investec Asset Management – Wireless World Fund

Monday, 16th October 2000.



Type: Ucits.



Aim: Growth by investing in mobile access to the Internet.



Minimum investment: A shares – $3,000, B shares – $250,000.



Investment split: 46 per cent US, 11 per cent Sweden, 10 per cent UK, 9 per cent Israel, 8 per cent France, 6 per cent Finland, 4 per cent China, 3 per cent Germany, 3 per cent Korea.



Place of registration: Dublin.



Yield: Nil.



Charges: Initial – A shares 5 per cent, B shares nil, annual &#45 A shares 1.75 per cent, B shares 1.3 per cent.



Commission: Subject to negotiation.



Tel: 020 7597 1900.


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