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Merchant Investors launches Capital Investment Portfolio

Merchant Investors, a subsidiary of German insurance giant Allianz, is launching a new capital investment portfolio.


The single premium investment bond has a minimum investment of £10,000 and gives access to a range of funds including links to investment trusts, unit trusts and oeics, managed by managers such as Aberdeen Prolific, Fidelity, Framlington, Invesco and Perpetual.


Managing director Mike Newham says: &#34The capital investment portfolio offers access to a wide range of external fund managers with proven performance.


&#34Enhanced initial allocation and our how low annual management charges provide an excellent long term investment with the opportunity for above average performance.&#34


Commission is 6 per cent on a 100 per cent allocation rate.

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