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Edge Investment Management/RAM Capital – Edge Performance VCT D Shares

Edge Investment Management/RAM Capital

Edge Performance VCT D Shares

Type: Venture capital trust

Aim: Growth by investing in the live concert, sports and event business

Minimum investment: Lump sum £5,000

Closing date: April 4, 2008 for 2007/08 tax year, May 23, 2008 for 2008/09 tax year

Charges: Initial 5.5, annual 1.75%, performance fee 19-29%

Special offer: Existing investors receive 30 additional D shares for every subscription of 1,000 shares

Offer period: Until December 22, 2007

Commission: Initial 3% or initial 2.25% plus renewal 0.375% up to four years

Contact: 0845 213 3653

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