Octopus ups AIM VCT offer after initial target met in seven weeks

By £10m

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Paul Latham: “In the last few years, we have noticed financial advisers and investors are starting their financial planning much earlier in the tax year."
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Paul Latham: “In the last few years, we have noticed financial advisers and investors are starting their financial planning much earlier in the tax year."

Octopus Investments has added £10m to the allotment facility on its AIM VCT after its initial £20m fundraise target was met in seven weeks.

In August, the firm launched a joint fundraise for its two Alternative Investment Market (AIM) venture capital trusts (VCTs), AIM VCT and AIM VCT 2. The two trusts have existing portfolios of aroun...

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