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Downing Planned Exit VCT 2011 Gen.

Current Price 56.00p Bid 0.00p Ask 0.00p Change 0.00%
Last Updated: 13/11/2019 15:40. Prices delayed by at least 15 minutes.
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Company Overview

Downing Planned Exit VCT 2011 plc is a Venture Capital Trust established under the legislation introduced in the Finance Act 1995. The Companyfs principal objectives are to: reduce the risks normally associated with VCT investments; target an annual dividend of 5p per share; target a tax- free Net Return of at least 9% per annum (15% gross equivalent to a 40% taxpayer) over the life of the investment (expected to be approximately six years). This target return is calculated on the net investment of 70p per share (net of income tax relief); and maintain VCT status to enable Shareholders to retain their 30% income tax relief on investment.

Key Personnel

Sir Aubrey Thomas Brocklebank
Non-Executive Chairman
Robin Francis Chamberlayne
Non-Executive Director
Russell Edward Catley
Non-Executive Director

Stock Details

EPIC
D1GO
ISIN
GB00B5BB8911
Shares in Issue
15,679,241
Market cap
£10.66m

Analyst Views (0)

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Price Summary

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Volume
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Change Today
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Open
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Previous Close
68.00p
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52 Week High
68.00p
52 Week Low
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