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World Wide Balanced Fund:

The Worldwide Balanced Fund offers simultaneous exposure to both local and overseas markets and in doing this provides a balance between maximum capital growth and security in the medium to long term. The fund manager is mandated to invest between 40% and 60% of the portfolio in the South African market and the remainder in overseas assets.
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