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Kleinwort Bension/ Dresdner Kleinwort – The Deva 80 Alpha Fund

Kleinwort Bension/ Dresdner Kleinwort

The Deva 80 Alpha Fund

Type: Capital-protected Oeic

Aim: Growth by tracking the Dresdner Equity Volatility Arbitrage Fund GDP 80 index

Minimum investment: Lump sum £3,000

Investment split: 100% tracking the Dresdner Equity Volatility Arbitrage Fund GDP 80 index

Guarantee: 80% of the fund’s highest net asset value locked in

Isa link: No

Pep transfers: No

Charges: Initial up to 7.5%, annual 1%

Commission: Subject to negotiation

Tel: 020 3207 7098

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