Private equity manager Foresight Group has launched an infrastructure enterprise investment scheme (EIS), in a bid to offer investors access to energy infrastructure opportunities.
An event highlighting the opportunities, challenges and risks for financial advisers and wealth managers accessing alternative investments returns to London later this year.
The finalists for the first ever Growth Investor Awards have been announced.
Investment Week is pleased to announce it is the official media partners for the inaugural Growth Investor Awards.
HMRC is to hold regular stakeholder forums to help clarify and develop the rules surrounding EIS, SEIS and VCT schemes.
Venture capital trust (VCT) fundraising reached a nine-year high in the last tax year, according to the data from the Association of Investment Companies (AIC.)
UK smaller company investment boutique Amati has launched an AIM IHT portfolio service for investors looking to take advantage of UK government inheritance tax exemptions on shareholdings in certain qualified listed companies.
An SEIS fund aimed at exploiting the opportunities to be found among start-ups working within the gambling industry has been launched by a team of industry experts.
The manager of the Unicorn AIM VCT said the fund is close to matching last year’s total of £20m in cash raised from investors but said the company is not looking to raise any more funds “just for the sake of it”.
A Shariah-compliant Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) fund has been launched by Portillion Capital aimed at tapping into the “disenfranchised” UK Muslim investor base.
The chief executive of Puma Investments is confident the latest edition of the firm’s VCT funds will match the £28m raised last year as investors continue to show an appetite for the company’s asset-backed investment strategy.
Commentators have warned Chancellor George Osborne's new rules for VCT,EIS and SEIS investments, announced in today's Budget, could create confusion and crowding in certain parts of the market.
Despite having a 20-year plus history, EIS, VCT, and BPR vehicles are still avoided by some investors - despite them being strong alternatives to the traditional pension investments currently on offer says Jack Rose, business development director for...
In the first of a series of articles on VCTs, Jack Rose, business development director for tax products at LGBR Capital, explores how VCTs work and what they can offer different types of investors
News of Neil Woodford's forthcoming trust investing in early stage companies has prompted comparisons with venture capital trusts (VCTs), but analysts say they are unlikely to appeal to the same kinds of investors.
Investment limits for Social Impact Tax Relief are to be trebled from £5m to £15m per company, Chancellor George Osborne announced in the Autumn Statement.
Venture capital schemes were given a boost in today's Autumn Statement as Chancellor George Osborne announced he would make it easier for companies to access tax-advantaged schemes.
Renewable energy companies will no longer be able to give investors relief under venture capital scheme rules, George Osborne has announced in today's Autumn Statement.
Hargreave Hale is seeking to raise £20m for its VCT range from new and existing investors.
Guinness Asset Management has launched the Guinness AIM EIS 2014, which is targeting capital growth and aims at investing in AIM-listed companies which qualify for EIS reliefs.
The Treasury has updated guidance on VCTs in order to ensure the vehicles can allot shares for the 2014-15 tax year.
Mark Wignall from Mobeus Equity Partners, Andrew Garside from Baronsmead and Tim Levett from NVM Private Equity discuss the latest VCT trends with Alice Murray.
Venture Capital Trusts have been hoarding investor cash after an error from HM Revenue and Customs left the vehicles afraid of issuing new shares.