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About EISA

The EIS Association (EISA) is the official trade body for the Enterprise Investment Scheme. EISA is a highly effective not for profit organisation which exists to aid the provision of capital to UK small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) through the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS). For further information about EIS or SEIS please click here.

EISA works closely with HM Treasury, HM Revenue and Customs, Government Ministers, MPs and the FCA to enhance the EIS and promote the benefits of the scheme to investors and companies using EIS/SEIS and their respective advisers.


Budget 2018 – EISA Director General Mark Brownridge Responds

  An unusual Monday Budget drew far fewer surprises for EIS and SEIS than last year and that is perhaps, no bad thing. There was a consultation response to the proposed Knowledge Intensive EIS fund which can be found here. This announced that a new []

Effective Financial Planning Using EIS and BR Investments – Friday 7th December 2018

  The EIS Association (EISA) are holding an Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Business Relief (BR) investment focused event aimed specifically and only at Financial Planners and Regulated Advisers. Please note that attendance at this event is strictly only open to those who work for Financial []

EIS Association announces new learning & development partnership with Intelligent Partnership

We are delighted to announce the EIS Association’s new learning & development partnership with Intelligent Partnership, forged to better serve the educational needs of advisers and our members, promote the professionalism of the industry and help the EIS reach a wider audience.

EISA Work and Wealth Index 2018

As the ONS releases its report into young people’s workplace aspirations vs. reality, the Enterprise Investment Scheme Association has launched its exclusive, nationally representative research gauging the wealth, work, and entrepreneurial aspirations, as well as the overall investor profile of the British population. It revealed []