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Ingenious Ventures

Tuesday, February 20, 2007
Music VCTs ,venture capital trusts, provide an innovative opportunity, with significant downside protection, to invest in a portfolio of music companies.

A SQUARE :: 20Feb07 Ingenious Ventures
Category Music
Faculty Duncan Reid
Expertise Entertainment related investing
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
Focus: Venture Capital Trusts (VCTs) provide an innovative opportunity, with significant downside protection, to invest in a portfolio of music companies (each, an Investee Company) that will be engaged in the creation and exploitation of intellectual property rights.

Strengths: managed by Ingenious Ventures - which is the venture capital arm of Ingenious Media plc, a specialist media finance business. It has proven experience of successfully structuring, promoting and managing investment opportunities across the entertainment industry and is the largest VCT of its kind in the UK with over GBP15 mn of funds under management.

Weakness: liquidity constraints
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