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Neill Clerk focuses on film-finance project

Neill Clerk Capital is launching Take One, the first public film-financing project since the July Budget. UK film-finance projects now qualify for a 100 per cent tax benefit.

Take One will produce and acquire TV productions. The projected rate of return for the group is about 25 per cent a year.

The offer is limited to £1.5m. Minimum investment is £10,000. The closing date is February 20 or earlier if fully subscribed.

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