View more on these topics

Rowan & Co – Unit Trust

Tuesday, 17th October 2000.



Type: Unit trust fund of funds.



Aim: Growth by investing in technology funds.



Minimum investment: £1,000.



Investment split: 15 per cent Aberdeen technology, 15 per cent Henderson technology, 10 per cent Scottish Equitable technology, 10 per cent Mercury global titans, 10 per cent GT dynamic theme, 10 per cent Sarasin websar, 5 per cent Framlington health, 5 per cent Schroder medical discovery, 5 per cent Gartmore tech ternado, 5 per cent Framlington net net, 5 per cent Finsbury universal life sciences, 5 per cent Invesco European growth.



Yield: Nil.



Isa link: Yes.



Pep transfers: Yes.



Charges: Initial 3.5 per cent, annual 1.5 per cent.



Commission: Initial 3 per cent.



Tel: 01225 469424.



Recommended

Scarborough Building Society – 2003 Capped Rate

Tuesday, 17th October 2000.Capped term: Until September 30, 2003.Capped rate: 6.99 per cent.Minimum loan: £25,000.Maximum loan: Up to 95 per cent of valuation subject to a maximum of £250,000. Income multiples: Three times principal income plus second or 2.5 times joint.Arrangement fee: £295.Redemption fee: 5 per cent of advance until September 5, 2003.Conditions: None.Introducer&#39s fee: […]

Fidelity Investments – Financial Services Fund

Friday, 13th October 2000.Type: Sicav.Aim: Growth by investing in global financial services.Minimum investment: £1,000 lump sum, £50 a month.Investment split: Banks 53 per cent, insurance 19 per cent, life assurance 6 per cent, real estate 3 per cent, brokerage, investment management & other finance 19 per cent.Place of registration: Luxemburg.Yield: Nil.Charges: Initial 5.25 per cent, […]

Pink Home Loans – Three Year Stepped Discount

Tuesday, 17th October 2000.Discounted term: Three years.Discount: Year one &#45 3 per cent, year two &#45 2 per cent, year three &#45 1 per cent.Payable rate: Year one &#45 4.74 per cent, year two &#45 5.74 per cent, year three &#45 6.74 per cent.Minimum loan: £15,001.Maximum loan: Up to 95 per cent of valuation subject […]

A CONSUMER&#39S VIEW

Will the Government make stakeholder pensions compulsory? That is the big question on the minds of all associated with the pension industry.One thing is certain. If stakeholders do become compulsory, it will not be until after Labour has won the next election.There are many in the pension industry who think compulsion is inevitable and only […]

Parental leave and pensions

Fiona Hanrahan  – Senior Product Insight and Technical Support Analyst We are often asked how parental leave impacts workplace pension schemes in terms of funding in general, auto enrolment and salary exchange. This article will explain each of these. How does parental leave impact the funding of workplace pension schemes? A member of a defined […]

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up

Comments

    Leave a comment