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Win a case of wine worth £2,500

To celebrate the relaunch of Rothschild Asset Management&#39s retail business, Rothschild is delighted to offer Money Marketing readers the opportunity to sample another notable area of Rothschild expertise – wine.

Rothschild aims to re-establish itself as one of the leading investment management companies in the UK, using the updated brand Five Arrows – the investment funds

of Rothschild,

to reflect a more

consumer-friendly,

contemporary offering to investors.

Why Five Arrows?

The Five Arrows have formed part of the Rothschild family emblem for nearly 200 years, symbolising the five sons of Mayer Amschel Rothschild, who set up in different parts of Europe from the late 1700s to create one of the first international banking networks.

In relaunching its retail business, Rothschild&#39s

mission is to “aim higher” – reflecting the aspirations

of the people in

its business and

its clients.

In addition to a new visual identity, Rothschild is undertaking several other initiatives as part of the relaunch, including:

l The launch of

a new retail

national advertising campaign.

l The launch of the Five Arrows monthly income fund

to enhance Rothschild&#39s

Oeic offering.

l The rebranding of Rothschild&#39s market-leading Five Arrows Private Portfolio Service as the Five Arrows Wealth Manage-ment Service,

available to clients with a minimum investment of

just £10,000.

For further information on Rothschild, visit

the website at www.fivearrows.com

The prizes

The chairman of Rothschild Asset Management, Baron Eric de Rothschild, is also managing partner of Chateau Lafite-Rothschild, a premier cru of Bordeaux, and one of the most famous vineyards in the world.

We are delighted to offer you the opportunity to win

a case (12 bottles) of 1985 Grand Vin de Lafite, worth over £2,500.

There are four runners-up prizes, each comprising a case of Los Vascos, from the Lafite-owned Chilean vineyard of the same name, worth over £120 per case.

How to enter

Simply answer the questions on the right and email us at

competition@

fivearrows.com

or return the entry form to: Five Arrows Competition, Rothschild Asset Management, 1 King William Street, London EC4N 7AR.

ENTRY FORM

1:

What is the brand name for Rothschild&#39s retail investment management business?

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2:

What has been recently launched to enhance Rothschild&#39s Oeic offering?

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3:

What is the new name given to Rothschild&#39s market-leading multi-manager product?

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4:

What is the minimum investment in Rothschild&#39s multi-

manager service?

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Name………………………………………………………………………….

Company…………………………………………………………………….

Address………………………………………………………………………

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Tel………………………………………………………………………..

Fax………………………………………………………………………

Email……………………………………………………………………

Please send entry form to Five Arrows Competition, Rothschild Asset Management, 1 King William Street, London EC4N 7AR or send your answers and details by email to: competition@fivearrows.com Closing date for receipt of entries is Friday, October 19

COMPETITION RULES

Replies must be received by Friday, October 19, 2001. The competition is open to all UK-registered independent financial advisers. All entrants must be aged 18 or over. The editor&#39s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

No cash alternative is available. The winner may be asked to participate in publicity. All entries are subject to the stated conditions.

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