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Stockbroker WCWB launches high tech Isa


Stockbroker Walker Crips Weddle Beck has launched a maxi-Isa fund specialising in technology stocks.


Investments into the WCWB High Tech Maxi Isa are split into three established technological funds. These are SG Asset Management, Aberdeen Asset Management and Framlington Investment Management.


The three funds are the SocGen Technology, Aberdeen Technology and Framlington NetNet.


WCWB charges investors a £15 initial fee which is in addition to the normal fund charges. But it has negotiated a 1 per cent discount on these initial charges and is waiving its usual 1 per cent annual management fee.

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