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M&G offers roll-over options for Income Investment Trust

M&G is offering its Income Investment Company and Corporate Bond funds as roll-over options for its Income Investment Trust, which winds up on October 11.

Shareholders in the £440m trust will also have the option to cash in their investment, or can opt for a mixture of the three options.

The fund is one of the UK’s largest investment trusts, and has delivered a return of around 11 per cent a year since its launch in October 1991.

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