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New Star attracts £500m in investment

New Star Asset Management has attracted more than £500m funds under management in just seven months since launch in to its investment funds.

New Star raised £96.2m in the three-week offer period ending on February 22 for its Higher Income fund and £251m for its UK Growth and European Growth funds in July 2001, as well as £31m for its UK Aggressive fund in October 2001.

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Thursday, March 14, 2002Aim: Growth by investing in the film "A Flight ofFancy"Minimum investment: Lump sum £2,000Opening/closing date: February 4, 2001/March 31, 2002Charges: ImplicitCommission: Initial 3%Tel: 020 8758 8654

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