Christows has extended the 1% discount on the initial charge for all investments into its Mult...
Christows has extended the 1% discount on the initial charge for all investments into its Multi-Manager Portfolio Service (MMPS), until 31 December this year.
The initial charge on the service is up to 4%, of which intermediaries can take up to 3%. There is also an annual charge of up to 1%, and a trail of up to 0.5%. It is available for Pep and Isa transfers and Maxi Isa subscriptions.
The newly launched MMPS service has added the UBS US Equity Fund to its platform, with it making up 17.66% of the Christows Overseas Growth Portfolio and 15.99% of its flagship Worldwide Growth Portfolio.
There are five multi-manager portfolios in the service, of which minimum investment is £25,000. The portfolios are constructed to have 60% invested in researched collective funds and 40% in exchange traded funds (ETFS).
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