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Scottish Widows launches Consensus Mixed Assurance Fund

Scottish Widows is launching a Consensus Mixed Assurance Fund investing in a portfolio of equities, gilts, fixed-interest stocks and cash.


The fund will alter its weightings according to managed fund sector averages investing from a choice of five tracker funds.


A Consensus Bond is available for lump sum investments offering a 1 per cent allocation rate enhancement for investments received by the end of December.

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