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Summing up, Boylan says: "Where there is a case for

drawdown with smaller funds, they will have to go elsewhere. Large

funds will probably go to specialist administrators and pay the fees

directly. This is a good offering for the £100,000 to £500,000 type of

fund. Again, I should like to see discretionary portfolios on offer

combined with a lifestyle option."


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