THE ISIS-managed Baronsmead AIM VCT says it has already raised £6.4m despite launching its C share issue just ten days ago.
The vehicle, which invests in AIM-traded companies and uses private equity disciplines as well as the ISIS team’s sector based expertise to maximise returns, aims to raise £10m by April 4 this year. ...
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