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Winterthur Life – Winterthur Elite European Equity

Type:
Unit-linked multi-manager fund

Aim:
Growth by investing in European equity funds excluding the UK

Minimum investment:
Subject to the minimum for Winterthur&#39s bond and pension products

Investment split:
30% BGI European equity Index/Gartmore Europe Index (Life),
20% Fidelity European, 20% Gartmore European Selected Opportunities, 15% Cazenove European, 15% JOCHM Continental European

Charges:
Initial £135,
annual £85
or lifetime charge £850

Commission:
Subject to negotiation

Tel: 0845 129 9993

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