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BSC2 SHAREHOLDER RETURN BY FUNDRAISING ROUND


The table below shows the cumulative dividends, the total return on each fundraising round per ordinary share and the total return if a shareholder had opted to participate in the Company’s DRIS. The cumulative dividend and total return figures in this table exclude the benefits of all tax reliefs whilst the last two columns include the benefit of tax reliefs as noted.

Tax year
Net asset value at 31 March 2017 Cumulative dividends paid since fundraising
Total Return including fundraising* Offer price net of initial tax relief
Offer price Overall Return (In DRIS)**
  Pence Pence Pence Pence Pence Pence
2000/01 & 2001/02 60.4 52.5 112.9 80.0 100.0
174.8
2001/02 & 2002/03 60.4
52.5
112.9
80.0 100.0
174.8
December 2005 issue of shares on acquisition of British Smaller Technology Companies*** 41.5
35.1
76.6
49.0 69.0
155.4
2009/10 & 2010/11 60.4
30.5
90.9
54.1 77.3
133.6
2010/11 & 2011/12 60.4 26.5 86.9
49.2
70.3
124.0
2012 60.4
22.5
82.9
49.4
70.5
116.6
2012/13 & 2013/14 60.4
18.0
78.4
47.6
68.0
108.1
2013/14 & 2014/15 60.4
13.5
73.9
47.6
68.0
100.7
2014/15 & 2015/16 60.4
9.0
69.4
45.5 65.0
92.8
2015/16 60.4 4.5 64.9 44.1 63.0 85.5
2016/17 60.4 0.0 60.4 43.3 62.2 79.0

As at 31 March 2017

Notes
* This assumes that at the time of investment the tax relief given on the investment was not invested in shares of the Company.
** NAV plus tax relief on the initial subscription plus additional tax relief and NAV on DRIS shares purchased. Assuming that all dividends since inception were invested under terms of the current DRIS.
*** Assuming initial offer price and initial tax relief from original subscription in British Smaller Technology Companies VCT plc.


Past performance of any fund advised or managed by YFM Equity Partners or any of its subsidiary companies is no guide to future performance of the British Smaller Companies VCT plc. The value of investments may go down as well as up and you may not get back the full amount invested.