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Witan waives dealing charge

Witan investment trust is waiving the 1 per cent dealing charge on all Pep and Isa transfers, as well as al new Isa business, until April 5.

As a result investors will only have to pay the 0.5 per cent stamp duty when buying the shares, and the fund carries an annual charge of 1.25 per cent.

Initial commission of up to 3 per cent is payable to IFAs, with a trail of 0.5 per cent available on Pep and Isa business.

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