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Smile Invest – Growth

Tuesday 26 February, 2002

Type: Portfolio management

Aim: Growth by investing in UK growth funds

Minimum investment: Lump sum £250

Investment split: Choice of ABN Amro UK growth, Artemis UK growth, Fidelity special situations, HSBC UK income and growth

Income facility: Yes

Charges: Initial 1.375%, annual 1.38%

Commission: None

Contact: www.smile.co.uk

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