EIS Offers

Here is a list of current EIS offers open for investment. Click through to read our review of each EIS offer, download the documents and find full details on how to invest. 

EIS investments are riskier than conventional investments so they're not for everyone. Before you invest you should ensure you have read and understood the product's Application Pack and the Risks and Commitments

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Anglo Scientific EIS Fund

Joint partnership between Innvotec and Anglo Scientific Ltd investing in technology-focussed companies. We like the charging structure and the requirement for Anglo Scientific’s team to invest in the portfolio companies personally.

Fund Technology £1.40 per £1 invested - £5,000 Discretionary  
Boundary Capital AngelPlus EIS

Choice of EIS or SEIS. Invests alongside business angels in early-stage, high growth potential companies carrying high investment risk. The co-investment model has benefits, and the individuals involved have strong credentials.

Fund Various 25% per annum £10 million sought £20,000 Discretionary  
Calculus EIS Fund

Calculus Capital has been at the forefront of EIS investing for years. It created the UK’s first approved EIS Fund in 1999 and won ‘Best EIS Fund Manager’ at the Growth Investor Awards 2016, and EIS Association Awards three years running. This offer focuses on established businesses with growth potential and will be typically split between eight to ten investments.

Fund Various 2.5x investment £4 million / £20 million £50,000 27 Apr 2018  
CHF Media Fund

CHF Media Fund will invest in companies that own the intellectual property rights (IPR) to newly developed family, or children’s, television shows/concepts. Funds are used to create the IPR, which is then monetised through licensing, merchandising and broadcast sales.

Fund Media 3x investment £10 million raised £20,000 Discretionary  
Deepbridge Life Sciences EIS

The Deepbridge Life Sciences EIS offers an opportunity to invest in a selected portfolio of healthcare innovation companies, whilst taking advantage of the EIS tax benefits.

Fund Life sciences £1.70 per £1 invested £2 million raised £10,000 Discretionary  
Downing Pub EIS – Tranche 3 Fund Leisure Unspecified £5 million / £10 million £15,000 23 February (cheques), 1 March (bank transfers) for allotment before Royal Assent (not guaranteed)  
Downing Ventures

Downing's newest venture is growth-focused aiming to invest into a portfolio of technology businesses. Consumer internet, defence technology, software as a service and life sciences will be particular focuses.

Fund Technology Unspecified £29.5 million raised £15,000 Discretionary  

Earthworm is an asset and contract-backed EIS fund that invests in businesses focused on processing organic waste (food, garden, wood and/or water waste).

Fund Environmental £1.20 per £1 invested £4.6 million / £15 million £10,000 23 February (cheques), 6 March (bank transfers) for allotment before Royal Assent (not guaranteed)  
Foresight Williams Technology

Foresight Group has joined forces with Williams Grand Prix Engineering Limited: the result is the Foresight Williams Technology EIS Fund. The fund invests into early-stage, unquoted companies that are developing disruptive technology and pioneering innovations, which can benefit from Williams’ technical, engineering and commercial expertise.

Fund Technology Unspecified £15.5 million / £30 million £10,000 Discretionary  
Guinness AIM EIS

Launched in 2013, the Guinness AIM EIS is an EIS portfolio investing in AIM-listed EIS-qualifying companies. This means the investment should be easier to realise than the unquoted companies typically included in a EIS portfolio, although remember AIM shares are still illiquid and volatile.

Fund AIM £1.30 per £1 invested £600,000 / £10 million £20,000 6 Apr 2018  
Hindsight Media EIS Fund Media 1.2x investment £25 million sought £10,000 26 February for allotment before Royal Assent (not guaranteed)  
Imbiba Leisure EIS Fund Leisure 2.5x investment £10 million sought £10,000 Discretionary  
Ingenious Greenlight Media EIS

Greenlight Media EIS provides investors with an opportunity to invest in a portfolio of companies that make and sell films and television programmes, similar to Shelley Media EIS but with a higher risk profile.

Fund Media 2.4% to 30% pa £40 million sought £10,000 2 March for allotment before Royal Assent (not guaranteed)  
Ingenious Infrastructure EIS Single company Various 13% to 17% pa £2.5 million sought £10,000 2 March for allotment before Royal Assent (not guaranteed)  
Ingenious Shelley Media EIS

Ingenious Media is the largest independent investor in the UK’s creative economy. Shelley Media, a discretionary service offered by Ingenious, backs high quality film and television products (including Mr Turner, Testament of Youth, and Carol).

Fund Media 7% to 16% pa £50 million sought £10,000 2 March for allotment before Royal Assent (not guaranteed)  
Jenson Fund 5 – EIS & SEIS

Jenson are SEIS pioneers: their first fund was launched soon after the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme was introduced in 2012. This fifth tranche of the Jenson SEIS and EIS fund offers a mixture of new technology investments and follow-on funding into companies previously backed by Jenson SEIS and EIS funds.

Fund Technology 1.85x investment £5 million sought £10,000 Discretionary  
MMC Ventures EIS Fund

The MMC Ventures EIS Fund focuses on technology-enabled sectors. For instance, it invests in financial and business services, digital media, e-commerce and software solutions for business.

Fund Technology 2–3x investment £15.4 million raised £25,000 Discretionary  

Hybrid EIS / SEIS portfolio of early-stage technology investments, managed by Innvotec, with deal flow provided by OION (Oxford Investment Opportunity Network). Both parties have strong credentials and the partnership has shown some promising initial signs.

Fund Technology & life sciences £1.20 per £1 invested - £5,000 Discretionary  
Oxford Capital Growth EIS

Many consider EIS appropriate for high-risk, high-growth opportunities. Technology companies seem to fit this area well as often they are not capital intensive businesses at launch, but need ongoing rounds of funding to get to market. Oxford Capital typically invest at the first round of institutional funding for these early-stage businesses.

Fund Technology 2x investment £100 million raised £25,000 Discretionary  
Oxford Technology Combined SEIS and EIS Fund Fund Technology Unspecified - £15,000 Discretionary  
Par Syndicate EIS Fund

Par Syndicate EIS is a technology growth EIS fund which co-invests with business angels from Par Equity's well established network. It focuses on the "equity gap" outside London: opportunities that are beyond the reach of an individual business angel but not quite big enough for private equity to be interested.

Fund Various Unspecified £3.3 million raised £20,000 Discretionary  
SafeToNet EIS

SafeToNet develops software and mobile apps that protect children from online harm by identifying and blocking harmful content.

Single company Technology 7.7x investment £4.9 million / £5 million £11,600 Discretionary  
Seneca EIS Portfolio Service

This EIS service invests in later stage, established growth orientated businesses. Each will typically have an annual turnover in the region of £5 million. It is likely investors will invest in a spread of unquoted and AIM listed businesses.

Fund Various £1.60–£1.80 per £1 invested £50 million raised £25,000 Discretionary  
Seneca Managed Storage Fund 3 Fund Storage 1.2x investment £1 million / £10 million £15,000 28 February for allotment before Royal Assent (not guaranteed)  
Startup Funding Club EIS / SEIS Fund

The Startup Funding Club SEIS/EIS fund does what the name suggests: it invests in UK start ups, alongside its network of business angels. It has shown encouraging signs to date, although past performance is not a guide to the future. Minimum investment £5,000

Fund Technology Unspecified £325,000 / £1 million £5,000 Discretionary  
Sterling Suffolk EIS

The investment is into Sterling Suffolk Limited, a company that plans to construct and operate a hydroponics facility near Ipswich for growing premium quality tomatoes.

Single company Environmental Unspecified - £100,000 30 Mar 2018  
Titan Storage EIS – Poole Single company Storage 1.79x £2.5 million / £4.5 million £10,000 7 March for allotment before Royal Assent (not guaranteed)  
West London Pub EIS

Ducalian Capital Ltd (“Ducalian”) is seeking £5 million to acquire and redevelop a gastropub in West London. The pub is freehold and located in a high footfall, affluent residential area of Chiswick. This deal is exclusively available through Wealth Club.

Single company Leisure 2x investment £4.6 million / £5 million £10,000 7 March for allotment before Royal Assent (not guaranteed)  

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