INGENIOUS [Ingenious VCTs

Content - Entertainment VCT C Share

Entertainment VCTs 1 & 2 C Shares

The Ingenious Entertainment VCTs' C share offer closed in July 2009.

The Ingenious Entertainment VCTs invest in the entertainment sector targeting concerts, festivals, trade fairs, exhibitions, sporting events, theatrical productions and other entertainment-based content. Examples include LED Festival and Rewind North.

Funds raised through the Ingenious Entertainment VCTs' C share offer are currently being invested primarily in the live events sector.

Ingenious Entertainment VCT 1 plc - C Share
Date 30 September 2014
Current NAV 0p
Income Tax Relief 30%
Cumulative Dividends/Distributions Paid 79.072868p

 

Ingenious Entertainment VCT 2 plc - C Share
Date 30 September 2014
Current NAV 0p
Income Tax Relief 30%
Cumulative Dividends/Distributions Paid 79.072868p

 

Dividends Paid Amount
28 May 2010 5p
11 February 2011 5p
24 February 2012 5p
28 February 2013 5p
7 March 2014 20p
17 September 2014 38p
26 November 2014 0.072868p
   
Distribution Paid Amount
14 January 2015 1p

Past performance is not a guide to future performance and may not be repeated. The value of shares can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the full amount invested.

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