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Luton leads league of Friends

This year, Friends Provident and Isis Asset Management are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the launch of the first retail ethical investment funds in the UK -the Stewardship funds – by joining forces with Money Marketing to offer IFAs the opportunity to win a fantastic holiday to Morocco plus many other prizes.

The results for July are now in. Congratulations to Margaret Belford, the winner of the month&#39s hamper of organic produce. Margaret&#39s fund, Luton 143, increased by 3.09 per cent during the month. The top 10 league table is published below. If your fund is not on the leader board, go to www.friendsprovident.com/fantasyfund for a full list of entries and their positions.

Each month a hamper of organic produce supplied by Waitrose will be given away and the overall winner, the person whose fund is worth the most on October 29, will receive a holiday for two to the desert and gorges of Morocco and £500 for the charity of their choice. Two runners-up will win a digital camera, a hamper of organic produce and £250 for a charity of their choice.

The next monthly winner will be announced in Money Marketing on September 16. In the meantime, keep up to date with the progress of your fund and those of your colleagues and rivals at www.friendsprovident.com/fantasyfund, where performance figures will be updated every fortnight and winners will also be announced.

TOP 10 July 31, 2004

Fund name Name Change %
1: Luton143 Margaret Belford 3.09%
2: Wells Done Douglas Wells 2.57%
3: Robbo&#39s Fund David Roberts 2.52%
4: Sipply Disastrous Dan Hawkins 2.04%
5: Richmond Greens Danny Hackett 1.88%
6: Burnham Bulls Chris Burnham 1.80%
7: The Nosediver Lesley Kidacka 1.45%
8: Isanoidea Stuart McGurk 1.41%
9: NicksPicks Nick Butler 1.30%
10: Carrwoodgroup2 Darren Cunliffe 1.29%

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