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Winterthur adds Exeter fund to range

Winterthur Life is adding the Exeter Zero Preference fund to its tailored selection of pension funds.

Winterthur says the fund aims to provide low risk capital growth and is designed for the cautious investor looking for a less risky option for their pension funds in times of market uncertainty. It has a fund management charge of 0.9 per cent per annum. Its addition to Winterthur&#39s tailored selection of funds coincides with the launch of its revised income drawdown offering to provide a wider choice of funds.

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