Northern 3 VCT PLC.
|Share price total return over 10 years||241.9|
|Latest NAV per share||107.2p (31 December 2016)|
|NAV total return over 10 years||210.4|
|No of shares in issue||66,047,970|
“Share price” is mid-market price as at 20 February 2017. “Dividend yield” is based on dividends paid and proposed in respect of latest full financial year, excluding special dividends, expressed as a percentage of share price. Total return statistics are for periods to 20 February 2017, return shown is on £100 invested, based on mid to mid share price/latest published NAV, assuming net income re-invested (source: Morningstar). In accordance with AIC methodology, figures shown over 5 years are based on NAVs excluding current period revenue; and figures shown for 5 years and under are based on NAVs including current period revenue.
Northern 3 VCT PLC is a Venture Capital Trust established under the legislation introduced in the Finance Act 1995. The fund is a member of the Association of Investment Companies.
The London Stock Exchange code is NTN.L
Marketing of shares to retail investors
We confirm that the shares of Northern 3 VCT are currently ‘excluded securities’ in accordance with guidance issued by the Financial Conduct Authority and can therefore be recommended to retail investors by financial advisers.
Time Central, 32 Gallowgate, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4SN
|Registrars||Equiniti Limited (for further information please click here)|
|Stockbroker||Panmure Gordon (UK) Limited|
An investment in a Venture Capital Trust (“VCT”) carries a higher risk than many other forms of investment. In addition, the value of an investment in a VCT may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the full amount invested, even after taking into account the tax reliefs. VCTs usually trade at a discount to their net asset value. It may be difficult to exit VCTs and they should be considered as long-term investments. The past performance of the Company is not a reliable indicator of its future performance.
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