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MGM Assurance – MGM Cautious Managed Fund

MGM Assurance

MGM Cautious Managed Fund

Type: Unit-linked multi-manager fund

Aim: Growth by investing in a multi-asset portfolio managed by Morley, UBS, Majedie, BlackRock Merrill Lynch and Investec
Minimum investment: Lump sum £5,000 through life wrapper, £10,000 through pension wrapper

Investment split: 31% overseas equities 30% fixed interest, 24% UK equities, 15% property

Charges: Annual 1% through life wrapper, 1.25% through pension wrapper

Commission: Dependent on wrapper product

Tel: 0845 758 1277

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