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Jupiter – Jupiter Green Investment Trust


Jupiter Green Investment Trust

Type: Investment trust

Aim: Growth by investing in a global portfolio of companies in the water management, clean energy, green transport, waste management sustainable living and environmental services

Minimum investment: Lump sum 1,000, monthly 50 through savings scheme, 125 through Isa

Investment split: 100% in global equities

Types of share: Ordinary

Isa link: Yes

Pep transfers: Yes

Charges: Initial 3%, annual 0.85%, performance fee 15%

Closing date: May 25, 2006

Commission: Initial up to 3% through savings scheme and Isa

Tel: 020 7314 7699


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