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M&G expands offshore

M&G, the UK&#39s largest unit trust manager, is to expand offshore by launching a new fund range.

The M&G Offshore Fund Range makes six of its most popular unit trust funds available offshore as from November 13.

M&G director of group product development Bill Vasilieff says: “All six offshore funds act as feeder funds into some of the UK&#39s most popular and top performing unit trusts, offering both income and growth opportunities within the UK and internationally.”

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