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Scottish Widows Investment Partnership – European Corporate Bond Fund

Type:
Oeic

Aim:
Growth by investing in euro-denominated corporate bonds

Minimum investment:
Lump sum £25,000

Investment split:
42.6% financial, 35.5% industrial and commercial companies, 13.1% utilities, 8.9%

Isa link:
Yes

Pep transfers:
No

Charges:
Initial 3.75%,
annual 1%

Commission:
Initial 3%

Tel: 0207 203 3329

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