Chrysalis VCT Plc

Name
Chrysalis VCT Plc
Manager
Chrysalis VCT Management Ltd
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB0030348683
Sector
VCT Generalist
Launched
04/04/2001
OCF
2.82 %
3 Year Sharpe
1.04
Yield
0.6 %
Fund Size
£ 18.3 million
NAV
78
Gearing
82
Discount Premium
-15
To maximise tax-free distributions to Shareholders principally from the successful realisation of investments. The Company will initially invest in a portfolio of Fixed Income Securities and the Company's investments will be held in a portfolio of Qualifying Companies. The Company aims to invest in established VCT qualifying unquoted companies for the purposes of funding expansions, acquisitions, management buy-outs or turn around opportunities. The Company will occasionally invest in AIM quoted stocks. It will also occasionally invest in technology and early stages businesses but usually as part of a syndicate of investors.
Holding %
Coolabi Group 19.14 %
Locale Enterprises 10.64 %
Zappar 9.00 %
Precision Dental Laboratories Group 7.21 %
K10 (London) 4.65 %
My Time Media Holdings 4.02 %
Driver Group PLC 4.00 %
Cambridge Mechatronics 3.51 %
Intermediate Capital Group Plc 7% 3.22 %
Impact Healthcare REIT PLC 3.19 %
Name
Chrysalis VCT Management Ltd
Address
W1U 7NB, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
No
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Chris Kay
Joined 04/14/2004

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