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“All eyes on EIS as budget looms” – FT Adviser features Ilian Iliev on EIS investing

EMV Capital’s Ilian Iliev talks to the FT Adviser about investing in the Enterprise Investment Scheme:

Britain’s got talent, and a lot of its talent is being Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) funded.

The EIS’s combination of upfront tax breaks and capital gains tax benefits mean it is a powerful incentive for investors considering backing entrepreneurial companies.
A combination of factors has led to an increasingly developed ecosystem in the UK concerning EIS investment opportunities. There is a renaissance in UK entrepreneurship funding across a range of markets including software, biotech, robotics, waste-to-energy and even the creative industries.
Financial Adviser is the premier weekly newspaper for the UK based financial intermediary community. You can read the full piece here  All eyes on EIS as budget looms

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