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Leggmason Investors – Leggmason Aim VCT

Friday, 23rd February 2001.

Aim: Growth by investing in unquoted companies and those listed on Aim.

Minimum investment: £3,000.

Opening-closing date: February 23, 2001-April 2, 2001 for 2000/2001 tax year, May 31, 2001 for 2001/2002 tax year.

Charges: Initial up to 5 per cent, annual 2 per cent.

Commission: Initial 2.25 per cent, renewal 0.4 per cent for 10 years.

Tel: 020 7070 7444.








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