Assets under influence up to £435m
Best VCTs, EIS and BPR/IHT schemes honoured
Complements Fund Twenty8
There was major news in the Autumn Budget for the enterprise investment scheme (EIS), with significant changes that greatly enhance what was already a world-leading set of tax incentives, writes Dermot Campbell is CEO of Kuber Ventures.
Industry welcomes Hammond's plans to boost UK scale-up companies but challenges remain to attract 'mainstream' investment
Industry commentators have welcomed Chancellor Philip Hammond's plans to support the growth of early-stage UK companies, as announced in last week's Budget, but some are sceptical about whether the changes could help raise significantly more capital through...
Support for knowledge-intensive businesses
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Despite the UK being home to one of the world's most dominant financial centres, it ranks only 13th in the OECD in terms of the number of scale-up businesses based in the country.
Ahead of this year's event
Tax affairs of rich and famous
From Kin Capital
Ceremony on 1 December
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38 VCTs raised funds in 2016-17
For professional advisers only. Not to be relied upon by retail investors
The Treasury's "patient capital" review has put forward a whole range of ideas for supporting investment in those businesses that want to make the jump from "start-up" to "scale-up", and some of its proposals would undoubtedly cost public money, writes...
Existing investors given three-week head start
Vehicles may face restrictions in autumn Budget
Plans to stop high earners abusing tax reliefs
The government seems to know the answer to the above question as it has commissioned a report/review into the area, but I still find myself a little confused by the concept.
Dermot Campbell, CEO of Kuber Ventures, responds to the most recent Treasury consultation on supporting innovative businesses
Ceremony on 22 November
Deadline for submissions is 22 September
Unclear whether group will be broken up