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Enterprise Private Equity – Water Babies Musical UK EIS

Enterprise Private Equity – Water Babies Musical UK EIS

Type: Enterprise investment scheme

Aim: Growth by investing in the preparation, production and marketing of a West End Theatre version of the 1978 animated film inspired by Charles Kingsley’s classic novel

Minimum investment: Lump sum £10,000

Closing date: April 4, 2012 for 2011/12 tax year, June 29, 2012 for 2012/13 tax year

Charges: Initial 9%

Commission: Initial 4% or initial 2.5% plus 0.5% renewal for three years

Contact: www.enterprisepe.com

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