EISA is pleased to announce the launch of the 2017 EISA Awards, which recognise excellence in various categories among EIS and SEIS practitioners over the past 12 months. The Awards Ceremony is the highlight of the Chairman’s Reception at the House of Lords and this […]
The EIS Association Awards denote excellence in a number of EIS/SEIS fields. The Awards will be presented at our Chairman’s Reception at the House of Lords on Tuesday 6th February 2018 to those individuals and companies in the EIS and SEIS industry that achieved outstanding performance […]
EIS: new landscape, new opportunities As the 2017 Autumn Budget clearly demonstrated the UK government continues its commitment to the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS). This has allowed investors and advisers to have even greater confidence in attempts to finance the expansion and development of some […]
We Ask 3 Financial Planning Experts: What will be the key impact of the Autumn Budget for EIS investment?
We asked three financial planning professionals to give us their views on what the Autumn Budget will mean for EIS investment. EIS received a specific mention during the Chancellor’s speech, and the changes to the Scheme are far reaching. You can read more about the […]
REVISED BUDGET UPDATE – YOU MAY WISH TO PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO ANNEX A OF THE CONSULTATION REPSONSE WHICH COVERS THE NEW PRINCIPLES BASED APPROACH (LINK BELOW) The tax changes announced in the Budget today are: From April 2018 and in line with State aid […]
We asked three financial planning professionals to give us their views on the benefits of EISA membership, and why they have or haven’t joined yet. This is the fourth part in a series of interviews with financial planners regarding EIS and SEIS – you can […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
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”.