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Entertainment VCTs 1 & 2 Ordinary Shares

The Ingenious Entertainment VCTs Ordinary Share offer closed at the end of July 2008.

The Ordinary Shares completed their return of capital to investors in January 2014, and have been cancelled. The information below gives a brief summary on the dividends and distributions paid by the Ordinary Shares.

Ingenious Entertainment VCT 1 plc

Date                                                      21 January 2014
Current NAV 0p
Income Tax Relief 30%
Cumulative Dividends/Distributions Paid 89.3371p

Ingenious Entertainment VCT 2 plc

Date                                                      21 January 2014 
Current NAV 0p
Income Tax Relief            30%
Cumulative Dividends/Distributions Paid 89.3371p

 

Dividends Paid Amount
13 April 2010 5p
11 February 2011 5p
24 February 2012 5p
28 February 2013 20p
8 August 2013 53p
5 December 2013 0.3371p

 

Distributions Paid                     Amount
21 January 2014 1p

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