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Martin Currie launches portfolio service


Martin Currie Unit Trusts is launching a portfolio service offers investors the choice of either growth or income through the use of two of the company&#39s managed funds, the Income Portfolio and the Growth Portfolio.


Both funds have a Standard & Poor&#39s Fund Research A rating.


The minimum investment is £10,000, although for investors wishing to receive a regular income the minimum is £25,000.


Investors can make further additions to their portfolio through the service&#39s regular saving option subject to a minimum of £250 a month.


The portfolio charges are 4 per cent initial and 1.5 per cent annual. IFAs are offered a choice of remuneration of either 3 per cent initial commission and 0.5 per cent renewal or 4 per cent initial only.

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