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Rensburg Investment Management – Rensburg VCT

Venture capital trust

Income and growth by investing mainly in companies listed on Aim

Minimum investment:
Lump sum £3,000

Closing date:
April 5, 2005

Initial up to 4.5%,
annual 2%

Initial up to 3%

Tel: 0113 245 4488


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