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Maven Capital Partners (Maven) has announced plans for two of its VCTs to raise up to GBP30 million in aggregate (with an aggregate over-allotment facility of GBP10 million) for the 2017/18 and 2018/19 tax years.

Since Maven was formed in 2009 it has managed nine successful VCT fundraisings, with three of the most recent offers having closed early due to being oversubscribed.
 
Maven Income and Growth VCT 3 and Maven Income and Growth VCT 4 are benefitting from Maven’s strong and varied pipeline of private company investment opportunities, sourced by one of the largest and most active VCT investment teams in the UK.
 
Both companies are mature, generalist VCTs, targeting long-term capital appreciation and aiming to generate maintainable levels of income for investors. Each has a portfolio of around 40 companies invested across a wide range of sectors, and has delivered increasing shareholder returns under Maven’s management.
 
Investors will gain access to established portfolios and a regular flow of new investments in carefully vetted private companies. Maven is one of the UK’s most active VCT and private equity houses, and has recently announced the 10th VCT qualifying investment in high-growth SMEs since April 2016 on behalf of its VCT clients.
 
Bill Nixon, Managing Partner at Maven Capital Partners, says: “VCTs continue to offer one of the most attractive tax-efficient investment options, while providing investors with exposure to an attractive asset class and helping UK SMEs achieve their growth potential. We are delighted to announce Maven’s latest VCT offers, which reflect a healthy pipeline of exciting investment opportunities across the UK and in a range of sectors. Our experienced investment team has been very successful in identifying private companies that have the potential to generate strong capital returns, and delivering profitable exits for VCT shareholders, and we anticipate strong demand for these latest VCT offers.”
 Maven Capital Partners (Maven) has announced plans for two of its VCTs to raise up to GBP30 million in aggregate (with an aggregate over-allotment facility of GBP10 million) for the 2017/18 and 2018/19 tax years.
 
Since Maven was formed in 2009 it has managed nine successful VCT fundraisings, with three of the most recent offers having closed early due to being oversubscribed.
 
Maven Income and Growth VCT 3 and Maven Income and Growth VCT 4 are benefitting from Maven’s strong and varied pipeline of private company investment opportunities, sourced by one of the largest and most active VCT investment teams in the UK.
 
Both companies are mature, generalist VCTs, targeting long-term capital appreciation and aiming to generate maintainable levels of income for investors. Each has a portfolio of around 40 companies invested across a wide range of sectors, and has delivered increasing shareholder returns under Maven’s management.
 
Investors will gain access to established portfolios and a regular flow of new investments in carefully vetted private companies. Maven is one of the UK’s most active VCT and private equity houses, and has recently announced the 10th VCT qualifying investment in high-growth SMEs since April 2016 on behalf of its VCT clients.
 
Bill Nixon, Managing Partner at Maven Capital Partners, says: “VCTs continue to offer one of the most attractive tax-efficient investment options, while providing investors with exposure to an attractive asset class and helping UK SMEs achieve their growth potential. We are delighted to announce Maven’s latest VCT offers, which reflect a healthy pipeline of exciting investment opportunities across the UK and in a range of sectors. Our experienced investment team has been very successful in identifying private companies that have the potential to generate strong capital returns, and delivering profitable exits for VCT shareholders, and we anticipate strong demand for these latest VCT offers.”
 
 

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