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PEP

(1) (Packet Exchange Protocol) A Xerox protocol used internally by NetWare to transport internal Netware NCP commands (NetWare Core Protocols). It uses PEP and IPX for this purpose. Application programs use SPX and IPX.

(2) A high-speed modem protocol suited for cellular phone use from the now-defunct Telebit Corporation, Sunnyvale, CA.

(3) (Policy Enforcement Point) See COPS.
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For example, Royal & Sun Alliance are giving four per cent discounts across their unit trust PEP range.
You can narrow the field of choice by consulting Chase de Vere's PEP Guide (see examples below) and twice-yearly updates including performance charts, which cost pounds 12.
You can put up to pounds 6000 in a general PEP in each tax year from April to April - and up to pounds 3000 in a single company PEP.
Yet a recent survey conducted by the leading financial magazine, Money Management, surprisingly revealed that over 50 per cent of Pep holders did not realise that one plan can be swapped for another.
Unlike building society accounts PEPs carry risk, but there are plenty of funds to suit every type of investor.
So you can let your PEP savings grow as close as you can to whatever the ISA limit becomes by April 1999 and you won't have to worry about paying tax because dividends will be free of income tax and growth free of capital gains tax both as a PEP and when transferred into the new ISA.
The minimum investment in the Celtic PEP is pounds 100 a month, or pounds 1000 if investing a lump sum.
For Peps invested in equity unit trusts, Invesco, Jupiter, Perpetual and Fidelity are thought to be leading the field.
Several will allow you to hold the conversion shares in the PEP indefinitely.
Many people with savings in a building society with low interest rates, or maturing TESSA funds, could benefit from investing in a PEP.
Despite the frenzy as interest rates fall, long-term capital growth remains the aim for the majority of potential Pep investors, said a study from MORI for Marks & Spencer Financial Services.
Some PEPs track the performance of the Stock Market, others offer guarantees, while some are aimed at older people looking for a good income.