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Rathbone Unit Trust Management – Multi-Asset Portfolio : Enhanced Growth Portfolio

Rathbone Unit Trust Management – Multi-Asset Portfolio : Enhanced Growth Portfolio

Type: Oeic fund of funds

Aim: Growth by investing in a range of asset classes mainly through a portfolio of investment funds

Minimum investment: Lump sum £1,000

Investment split: 30% Asia/emerging market equities, 24% overseas developed market equities, 20% UK equities, 10% macro/trading strategies, 7.5% private equity, 5% corporate bonds, 3.5% cash

Isa link: Yes

Charges: Initial 5%, annual 1.5%

Commission: Initial 3%, renewal 0.5%

Contact: www.rutm.com/ia

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