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Schroders -Oriental Income Fund

Schroders

Oriental Income Fund

Type: Investment trust

Aim: Growth by investing mainly in Asia Pacific equities
Minimum investment: Subject to negotiation with a stockbroker

Investment split: 29% Hong Kong, 16% Australia 16% Taiwan, 10% New Zealand, 8% Korea, 8% Thailand, 5% Indonesia, 4% Singapore, 2% Malaysia 2% other

Charges: Annual 0.75%, performance fee 10%

Commission: None

Tel: 0845 940 1400

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