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Artemis aims to raise more VCT cash

Artemis is looking to raise an extra £20m for its AIM VCT, with the launch of a new subscription of ‘C’ class shares.

Artemis launched its AIM VCT in January, raising a total of £33m in just under three months.

The new subscription, which will open next month, would take the fund’s total to £53m. The minimum investment is £3,000.

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