Below we list the current IHT offers available for investment. Each is accompanied by a brief commentary. For each of our Featured Offers we also provide an extended research note.
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Blankstone Sington’s IHT portfolio is unlike those offered by the larger AIM IHT providers. The objective is broadly the same: to invest in BPR qualifying stocks, but Blankstone Sington takes a different approach. The average company size is much smaller and there is a greater emphasis on value investing.
This IHT services seeks to benefit from the predictable and inflation-linked revenue stream available with onshore wind and hydroelectric renewable energy assets. In total the manager has almost £50 million under management, with about £20 million already invested in hydro and wind projects.
Foresight is one of the premier UK based venture capital managers. The IHT product focuses on private finance initiative investments, solar investments and the rollout of smart meters. Foresight are one of the leaders in solar and smart meter investors in the UK.
Managed by Mark Taylor of Beringea, this offer seeks to raise £20 million to lend to asset-rich small and medium sized companies. Two types of lending are offered: secured lending against a specific asset within the business and leasing finance, for use often with companies purchasing technology equipment. The target return (not guaranteed) is 3% per annum after all fees and a growth or income option is available.
This award-winning AIM IHT service is now three years old. It is managed by Puma Investments, part of Shore Capital, one of the largest AIM market makers. It is a discretionary investment portfolio of around 20 companies which should qualify for Business Property Relief.
Seneca Vintage prioritises capital preservation but also aims for an annual uplift in the net asset value of each investee company of 4%. Seneca makes loans to qualifying companies via a portfolio approach to lending. Four investment pillars are central to guiding their lending: diversification, credit policy, prudence and asset security.
Seneca Vintage is an IHT portfolio targeting a 4% annual return (not guaranteed). It seeks to achieve this by lending money short to medium term to businesses that have some form of asset-backing. HighlightsAsset-backed and secured ...
ProVen Legacy is a new inheritance tax portfolio run by some of the team behind the top-performing ProVen VCTs. Investors in this service buy shares in an unquoted company, ProVen Legacy Plc, which makes secured loans ...
The Oxford Capital Estate Planning Service is designed to take advantage of Business Property Relief (BPR). It invests in a mix of unquoted trading companies with a focus on renewable energy and infrastructure.HighlightsChoice of five investment ...