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Scot Prov International to offer Investec Wired Fund

Scottish Provident International is the first offshore life office to offer the Investec Guinness Flight Wired Index Tracker.


The IGF fund is built around the 40 companies leading the global and technological revolution.


The fund will be available through Preference, SPI&#39s multi-manager bond.


SPI investment marketing manager Iain Fairburn says: “We are excited about the addition of Wired to the fund range. It is a ground breaking theme fund which we believe will be successful both in performance and popularity terms.”

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