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Ingenious Media – Vindemia 2 EIS Fund

Ingenious Media – Vindemia 2 EIS Fund

Type: Enterprise investment scheme fund

Aim: Growth by investing in specialist fine wine merchants

Minimum investment: Lump sum £10,000

Closing date: April 2, 2012

Charges: Initial 6.5%, annual 1.5%, performance fee 30%

Commission: Initial 3% or initial 2.5% plus  renewal up to 1% payablke over two or four years

Tel: 020 7319 4000

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