Guinness launches Guinness AIM EIS 2014


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 discretionary managed service will invest in AIM-listed companies through the tax-efficient EIS structure. The Guinness AIM EIS 2014 will be managed by lead fund manager Andrew Martin Smith, with assistance from Shane Gallwey and Hugo Vaux. The managers will be supported by an investment committee with the experience of Tim Guinness, Edward Guinness and Lord Flight, chairman of the EIS Association. The target size of the fund is £5m, and the minimum individual investment is £10,000, closing on 5 April 2014. The expected life of the fund is approximately four years. "The c...

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