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Jupiter to launch dividend and growth trust

Jupiter is to launch a dividend and growth split capital investment trust, sponsored by HSBC.


The launch period is expected to be 7 October to 18 November 1999. The trust has a planned life of 6 years.


The trust will be managed by Anthony Nutt who manages the Jupiter Extra Income Trust and the Jupiter High Income Fund.


It is available through Jupiter&#39s mini or maxi Isa.

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