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TP5 VCT plc

Investment Strategy

Ordinary Share Class

TP5’s Ordinary Share Class invested in a range of Goldman Sachs Asset Management managed funds, which were sold in the year to 31 March 2012 to fund VCT qualifying investments. 

B Share Class

The B Ordinary Share Class was created on the merger of TP70 2009 with TP5 in September 2009. It retained its original investment strategy, 30% exposure to GAM Diversity 2.5XL and 70% exposure to Triple Point’s VCT qualifying investments.

Exit Programme

TP5 reached its five year holding period in June 2014 and is in the process of returning funds to investors through a series of portfolio realisations. 

The first distribution was paid on 1 August 2014. This represented a return of approximately 38% for the Ordinary Share Class and 60% of the B Share Class. The Net Asset Values reflect the payments of the exit programme dividends.

Further distributions will be announced as the portfolio is realised.

Net Asset Value

The Net Asset Values given below are the value expected to be realised following the member's voluntary liquidation.

 

 

Dividend History

30 June 2017 2.23p per share B Share Class
30 June 2017 3.31p per share Ordinary Share Class
13 April 2016 2.86p per share B Share Class
13 April 2016 4.40p per share Ordinary Share Class
2 October 2015 6.50p per share B Share Class
2 October 2015 9.50p per share Ordinary Share Class
24 July 2015 40.93p per share Ordinary Share Class
24 July 2015 28.63p per share B Share Class Only
3 July 2015 2.94p per share B Share Class only
3 July 2015 4.26p per share  Ordinary Class only
1 August 2014 53.90p per share B Share Class only
1 August 2014 31.27p per share Ordinary Class only
26 July 2013 5.0p per share Ordinary Class only
20 July 2012 2.50p per share Ordinary Class only
21 September 2010 2.01p per share Ordinary Class only

 

As with all investments, our products place capital at risk. Investor’s may not get back the full amount invested. Our products invest in unlisted or smaller company shares which are likely to have higher volatility and liquidity risks than quoted shares. Any tax reliefs referred to may be subject to change and tax treatment will depend on the individual circumstances of the investor. Any reference made to past performance or forecasted performance of our products is not reliable indicators of future results. Triple Point does not provide investment or tax advice, and information on this website should not be construed as such. Potential investors should seek specialist independent tax and financial advice before investing in any alternative investment. Nothing on this website constitutes an offer, or invitation to treat, or inducement for you to engage in any investment activity.

Triple Point is the trading name for the Triple Point Group which includes the following companies and associated entities: Triple Point Investment Management LLP registered in England & Wales no. OC321250, authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority no. 456597, Triple Point Administration LLP registered in England & Wales no. OC391352 and authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority no. 618187, and TP Nominees Limited registered in England & Wales no.07839571, all of 18 St. Swithin’s Lane, London, EC4N 8AD.