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Teather & Greenwood – AIM VCT

Wednesday, September 25, 2002

Aim: Growth by

investing in Aim listed equities

Minimum investment: Lump

sum £3,000

Opening-closing date: December 1, 2002 – until

further notice

Charges: Initial 6.5%, annual up to

3.5%

Commission: Initial 2.5%, renewal 0.25%

Tel:

020 7426 3204

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