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RAM Capital Partners/Amati Global Investors – Amati VCT

RAM Capital Partners/Amati Global Investors – Amati VCT

Type: Venture capital trust

Aim: Income and growth by investing initially in money market bonds, government bonds, investment-grade bonds and other non-VCT qualifying assets, then mainly in Aim traded companies, with exposure to other UK unquoted companies including those trading on Plus

Minimum investment: Lump sum £2,000

Closing date: April 5, 2011 for 2010/11 tax year, January 10 , 2012 for 2011/12 tax year

Charges: Initial 5.55%, quarterly management fee 0.4375%, performance fee 20%

Commission: Initial 3% or initial 2.25% plus 0.375% renewal for up to five years

Tel: 020 3006 7530

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