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SG Asset Managemeht – SG Index Linked Bond Fund

Type:
Oeic

Aim:
Income by investing in index-linked government bonds

Minimum investment:
Lump sum £1,000,
monthly £50

Investment split:
100% in index-linked government bonds

Isa link:
Yes

Pep transfers:
Yes

Charges:
Initial 3.5%,
annual 0.75%

Commission:
Initial 3%,
renewal 0.25%

Tel: 0808 1007426

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