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M&S tops Money Marketing Pep survey

Marks & Spencer&#39s UK 100 Companies Fund is celebrating its position as the best value for money pep in the latest Money Marketing survey.


The one-year fund has been ranked first for producing a return of £468 after charges on a £6,000 investment. This was over £500 higher than the worst fund in the category.


The three-year fund was also ranked first for producing a yearly growth of £517 from a £7,000 investment. This was £750 higher than the worst fund in the sector.


Marks & Spencer&#39s Financial Services head of marketing Jenni Stott says: &#34Customers are turning to us because of the high quality of service, cost-effective products and low charges.&#34

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