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National Mutual – Ethical Fund

Friday, 13th October 2000.



Type: Unit-linked pension fund.



Aim: Growth by investing in the Credit Suisse Fellowship Fund.



Minimum investment: £500 a year, £50 a month, £500 single.



Investment split: Credit Suisse Fellowship Fund which invests in UK companies which meet ethical criteria.



Charges: Annual 1.2 per cent.



Commission: Subject to negotiation.



Tel: 0845 6001413.


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