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Winterthur adds Liontrust first growth fund

Winterthur Life has added the Liontrust first growth fund to its tailored selection fund range.

At the same time the fund will become a component part of its elite service, which is a managed fund of funds programme.

The Liontrust first growth fund is described as providing long term capital growth through a diversified portfolio of UK quoted stocks.

Winterthur Life investment marketing manager Bernard Henshall says: “We have conducted an extensive search to identify a growth manager with a consistent and lengthy history of out performance – not an easy task over the past few years.”

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