Mobeus Income & Growth VCT
Welcome to the webpage of Mobeus Income & Growth VCT plc (formerly Matrix Income & Growth VCT plc). The Company was launched in the 2004/2005 tax year and raised £20.9 million, net of issue costs. It merged with Matrix Income & Growth 3 VCT plc on 20 May 2010.
|Date Launched||January 2005|
|Latest Valuation Date||30 June 2013|
|Net Asset Value (£m)||54.00|
|Net Asset Value (pence per share)||100.70|
|Dividends paid since launch (pence per share)||40.05|
|NAV total return (pence per share)||140.75|
The Company paid a further dividend of 4 pence per share on 18 September 2013 bringing cumulative dividends paid per share to 44.05 pence (and reducing the NAV per share to 96.70 pence).
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Reviewing the performance of your investment
Use the attached table to see how your investment has performed (including the dividends you have received) from the date on which your shares were allotted.
Managing your shareholding online
For details on your individual shareholding and to manage your account on online shareholders may log into or register with the Computershare Investor Centre by clicking on the link below.
You can use the Investor Centre to change your address details, check your holding balance and transactions, view the dividends you have received, add and amend your bank details and manage how you receive your dividends.
Alternatively you may contact Computershare in writing or by phone:
Computershare Investor Services PLC, The Pavilions, Bridgwater Road, BRISTOL BS99 6ZZ, Tel: 0870 707 1155
Selling your shares
The Company’s shares are listed on the London Stock Exchange and as such they can be sold in the same way as any other quoted company through a stockbroker. However, to ensure that you obtain the best price, if you wish to sell your shares, you are strongly advised to contact the Company’s stockbroker, Panmure Gordon, by telephoning 020 7886 2716/7 before agreeing a price with your stockbroker. Shareholders are also advised to discuss their individual tax position with their financial advisor before deciding to sell their shares.