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Enterprise Corporate Finance- The Country Food & Dining Fund

Enterprise Corporate Finance- The Country Food & Dining Fund

Type: Enterprise investment scheme fund

Aim: Growth by investing in a portfolio of companies, including the existing four Country Food & Dining companies, to acquire, develop and manage new or existing farm shops or fine food businesses

Minimum investment: Lump sum £10,000

Closing date: December 19, 2011

Charges: Initial 6%, annual 1%

Commission: Initial 3% or initial 2% plus 0.5% renewal for five years

Tel: 020 8785 5758


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