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Investing guide from Wesleyan

Wesleyan Assurance Society is producing a guide to investing aimed at helping consumers through the range of products available.

The guide includes a self-help tool to assist investors in working out an investment strategy, as well as a glossary of financial jargon.

Wesleyan&#39s newly appointed managing director Peter McNamara says: “This guide is designed to give investors a snapshot of the range of choices available for saving and investing whatever their financial circumstances and attitude to risk.”

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