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Isa go-ahead for Credit Suisse fund

Credit Suisse has received the go-ahead from the Inland Revenue to offer its new target return fund within an Isa. The recently-launched fund is now Isable for the full £7,000 stocks and shares allowance following the decision. From the start of June, investment into the fund through an Isa or Pep will be available exclusively through FundsNetwork, Cofunds, Selestia, Transact and Hargreaves Lansdown&#39s Vantage supermarket.

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