Based in Edinburgh, Amati VCT was launched in 2005 and invests only in AIM quoted companies. The VCT has a minimum subscription of £4,000 and initial charges of 3 per cent.

The company believes that through investing in AIM quoted companies, they will create a diversified portfolio of investments into relatively established businesses that have already floated on AIM. It means that much like generalist VCTs, the investee companies are sector agnostic.

The company explains, "Amati VCTs aim to make long term investments in innovative businesses which have the potential to become successful AIM-quoted growth companies."

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