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Royal Skandia – UK Equity Fund

Tuesday, 17th October 2000.



Type: Offshore unit-linked fund.



Aim: Growth by investing in UK actively managed and passively managed funds.



Minimum investment: Lump sum £15,000, monthly £100.



Place of registration: Isle of Man.



Investment split: 50 per cent actively managed fund, 50 per cent tracking FTSE All Share Index.



Yield: Nil.



Charges: Annual 1 per cent.



Commission: Subject to negotiation.



Tel: 01624 611611.



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