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ScotMut offers HK dollar WP fund

Scottish Mutual International is launching a guaranteed Hong Kong dollar with-profits fund to coincide with the opening of the Dublin-based company’s new base in Hong Kong.

The product is available to locals and expatriates with product literature in both Chinese and English with a menu of different guarantees.

Investments can be make in Sterling, Euros, US and HK Dollars.

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