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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.

 
 

Patient Capital Review – EISA response to the consultation paper and letter from Mark Brownridge

Re: Financing Growth in Innovative Companies– EISA response to the consultation paper As the trade body that represents the EIS and SEIS industry, we felt it was important that you receive a copy of our response to the above consultation. The message that comes through []

Patient Capital Review: are EIS and SEIS under threat?

The Patient Capital consultation has generally been positively received. It contains a lot of high quality information and interesting research, and asks many pertinent questions as it seeks to inform policymaking designed to strengthen the UK’s ability to provide long-term capital to innovative, high growth businesses.

Patient Capital Review

Back in the cold days of February, HM Treasury (HMT) announced that it would be launching a Patient Capital Review with the objective of “strengthening the UK further as a place for growing innovative firms to obtain the long-term ‘patient’ finance that they need to []

Long wait for Patient Capital details may soon be over

Back in the cold days of February, HM Treasury (HMT) announced it would be launching a Patient Capital Review with the objective of “strengthening the UK as a place for growing innovative firms to obtain the long-term ‘patient’ finance that they need to scale up”.