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Artemis launches new VCT

Artemis Investment Management is launching a new venture capital trust, to be sponsored and promoted by Noble & Company.

The Artemis Aim VCT investments will have an emphasis towards companies whose shares are to be traded on the alternative investment market of the London Stock Exchange.

Noble & Company director Patrick Booth-Clibborn says: “This is an excellent opportunity for private investors to invest in a fund managed by one of the UK&#39s leading smaller companies fund managers whilst at the same time receiving generous personal tax breaks.”

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