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Legal & General – Global Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals Index Trust

Wednesday, 15th November 2000.



Type: Unit trust.



Aim: Growth by tracking the healthcare and pharmaceuticals sections of the
FTSE world index.



Minimum investment: Isa lump sum £500, monthly £30. Direct lump sum £1,000.



Investment split: 100 per cent tracking healthcare and pharmaceuticals sections of the FTSE world index.



Isa link: Yes.



Pep transfers: No.



Charges: Annual no charge until April 6, 2001, then 1 per cent.



Special offer: Initial commission for lump sum investments increased from 1 per cent to 3 per cent. Isas &#45 advisers can choose between 3 per cent initial commission and 2 per cent initial, 0.25 per cent renewal.



Offer period: Until April 5, 2001.



Commission: Initial lump sum 1 per cent, Isa 0.75 per cent.



Tel: 020 7528 6668.

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