How will demand for VCTs and EISs hold up in 2018/19?

Jayna Rana
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Jack Rose of LightTower Partners

Tax-efficient investment commentators predict demand for venture capital trusts (VCTs) will be "huge" this tax year but warn fundraising levels could be hit by a lack of available capacity and other pressures from new rules.

Fundraising for the 2017/18 tax year reached £728m, the second highest amount since VCTs were created, following the 2005/06 tax year when the sector raised £779m. The "glut of large offerings" that...

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