Andrew Wolfson: VCT cash should be deployed quickly and efficiently

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Andrew Wolfson: "It is important thoughtfully to invest as much of our capital as possible at all times to help build value for our clients."
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Andrew Wolfson: "It is important thoughtfully to invest as much of our capital as possible at all times to help build value for our clients."

Every VCT investor would rather see their savings used to fund the UK entrepreneurial spirit than simply sit on a fund's balance sheet but, writes Andrew Wolfson, that happens far more often than it should

To secure the necessary financial firepower to support UK start-ups, as they try to become market-leading enterprises, all venture capital trusts (VCTs) must periodically raise money from investors...

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