Witan is offering free share dealing on all lump sum Isa investments and Pep transfers in its £1.4bn Witan global growth and £140m Pacific investment trusts from March 1 to April 30, 2008.
This means investors will save £70 when placing a full £7,000 maxi Isa allowance or £142 for those investing in both the 2007 and 2008 tax years.
The mandatory 0.5 per cent Government stamp duty remains in place.
Witan Investment Services managing director James Budden says: “Over the long term equities have out-performed all other asset classes, regardless of short-term volatility and since Witan went multi-managed in October 2004 it has produced a total return of 63.75 per cent. Witan Pacific has returned 56.37 per cent since it adopted an open architecture structure in May 2005.”