The investments we offer are high risk in nature and therefore not suitable for everyone; please see our Target Market
Please click the links below to view the Prospectus, Application Form and Key Information Documents:
Key Information Document (where financial advice has been given)
Key Information Document (where no financial advice has been given)
Seneca, together with the Board of Hygea vct plc (the “Company”) are pleased to announce that the Company has published a prospectus in relation to an offer for subscription for New “B” Shares (the “Offer”).
The New “B” Shares will be a separate share class to the existing Hygea vct, and will be managed by Seneca, an award-winning specialist SME investment and advisory business.
The Offer opened on 9th May 2018 and is expected to close no later than 5pm on 5 April 2019 (unless the Offer has been fully subscribed by an earlier date or previously extended by the Board to a date no later than 3 May 2019).
The Company is seeking to raise £10 million under the Offer, with a minimum level of subscription of £3m and an over-allotment facility of a further £10m. The Offer is intended for investors looking to generate tax free capital growth from a portfolio of UK SMEs, in addition to regular and special tax free dividends.
Launch Date – 9th May 2018
Offer Capacity – £10m (with an over-allotment facility of additional £10m)
Minimum Investment – £3,000
Closing Date – 5th April 2019
An investment in New “B” Shares in the Company should be made solely on the basis of information set out in the prospectus, which you may follow the link to.
The information on this page does not form part of any sale, solicitation or any offer or invitation to buy or subscribe for securities in the Company.
Details of risks and other important investor information is contained in the prospectus relating to the offer without which investment decisions should not be made.
The investments we offer are high risk in nature and therefore not suitable for everyone. If you are contemplating investing you should take advice from your financial adviser or other similarly qualified professional.