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Merchant Investors adds Edinburgh fund to Portfolio

Merchant Investors Assurance is adding the Edinburgh Safety First Fund to its Portfolio range of products.


The fund managed by Edinburgh Fund Managers offers investors capital protection in times of stockmarket volatility, while benefiting from active fund management.


The Portfolio is a range of investment products available to Merchant Investors life and pension policyholders.


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