Platform One adds Triple Point Venture VCT investment option

Latest VCT option comes after Octopus Apollo addition

Jenna Brown
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Platform One has added another venture capital trust (VCT) investment option to its offering for wealth managers and advisers.

The Triple Point Venture VCT, which is in its sixth fundraising year and offers investors access to 45 ambitious early-stage companies, is now available on the platform alongside the recent addition of the Octopus Apollo VCT. VCTs were established by the government to encourage individuals to invest indirectly in a range of unquoted smaller, higher-risk trading companies. They have become more accessible for clients with smaller portfolios in recent years, Platform One said. Other VCT providers on the platform include Foresight, Pembroke, Calculus and Puma. Platform One chief execu...

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