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Friends, Ivory & Sime launch new VCT

THE AIM team at Friends, Ivory & Sime launched a new venture capital trust last Monday (6th November), aimed at clients looking to balance tax breaks with potential high returns.

AiM VCT2 will invest in 50 fast growing entrepreneurial companies in the technology and related sectors such as medical, business software and biotechnology.

The minimum individual investment is #3000 which can be made for this or the next tax year.

AiM VCT2’s launch follows on the heels of Friends Ivory & Sime’s previous AiM VCT which has outperformed the average VCT by 87% since it’s launch in December 1998

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