John Davies: Covid-19 consequences for VCT valuations

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The full impact of coronavirus in 2020 on many businesses may not yet be fully known - John Davies
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The full impact of coronavirus in 2020 on many businesses may not yet be fully known - John Davies

John Davies looks at VCTs in the time of Covid. He explains advisers who carefully assess open offers this year - and take a non-traditional approach - will help clients benefit from the post-pandemic recovery

Sifting through existing VCT holdings and assessing the impact on future prospects for the SME economy is where most VCT investors are right now. The natural default to opt for longer standing VCTs...

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