First State Investments is putting a 0.5% discount on the initial charge of its British Mid-Cap fund...
First State Investments is putting a 0.5% discount on the initial charge of its British Mid-Cap fund, launching on 11 February 2002.
The discount is off an initial charge on the Oeic A Shares of 4% and will apply to all investments of £5,000 and above. It will run until 5 April 2002.
The fund will form part of the newly renamed British range of UK equities portfolios, which takes effect from 11 February. The three other members are all rebrandings of existing funds. First State's UK All Companies fund becomes British All Companies, British fund becomes British Opportunities and UK Smaller Companies becomes British Smaller Companies.
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