Albion Capital: VCTs in demand by younger investors

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Will Fraser-Allen of Albion Capital
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Will Fraser-Allen of Albion Capital

VCTs are becoming more attractive to younger investors and women, according to managing director of Albion Capital, Will Fraser-Allen.

With a stable of six venture capital trusts, Albion Capital provides exposure to a range of software and healthcare companies across such themes as cybersecurity, fintech, digital health and data analytics....

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