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Threadneedle Investments – UK Corporate Bond Fund

Monday, December 3, 2001.



Type: Oeic.

Aim: Growth and income by investing in UK corporate bonds.

Minimum investment: Lump sum £2,000.

Investment split: 100 per cent in UK corporate bonds.

Isa link: Yes.

Pep transfers: Yes.

Charges: Initial 3.75 per cent, annual 0.75 per cent.

Commission: Initial 3 per cent, renewal 0.25 per cent.

Tel: 0800 0684000.

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