Matt Currie: Backing our SMEs to lead the post-Covid recovery

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Matt Currie: "Investors would be wise to carefully consider where they are putting this year’s VCT and EIS money."
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Matt Currie: "Investors would be wise to carefully consider where they are putting this year’s VCT and EIS money."

Clients can both help businesses in post-Covid economic recovery and make good returns, writes Martin Currie, who takes a look at the landscape for Venture Capital Trusts and Enterprise Investment Scheme investors

While the UK government is rightly obsessed with reversing the collapse in household consumption by trying to preserve jobs, the jury is still very much out over the likely success of these continuing...

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