Here is a list of current SEIS offers available for investment in 2018/19. Click through to find our comments, application packs and details on how to invest. For each of our Featured Offers we also provide an extended research note.
SEIS 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, our terms of business and the Risks and Commitments.
Hybrid SEIS / EIS fund, the first to specialise in UK robotics start ups. Robots could perform 25% of industrial work by 2025: the fund aims to take advantage of this robotics revolution. Experienced investors only.
CHF Media Fund will invest in companies that own the intellectual property rights (IPR) to newly developed family, or children’s, television shows. Proceeds from fundraising are used to monetise the IPR. Sir David Jason sits on the board of CHF Media Group as a non-executive director.
This is the fifth tranche of Jenson’s SEIS and EIS fund, raising up to £5 million – the first was launched soon after the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme was introduced in 2012. This fund offers a mixture of new technology investments and follow-on funding into companies previously invested in by Jenson SEIS and EIS funds.
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.
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
You’ve probably had dealings with a robot recently. Whether it’s contacting your mobile phone provider, having an online order picked for you, or even getting a prescription dispensed from a pharmacy, chances are that a robot ...
The OION Fund provides investors with a portfolio of EIS- and SEIS-qualifying companies selected by fund manager Innvotec from companies put forward by the OION (Oxford Investment Opportunity Network) group of angel investment networks. Investee companies ...
The new Deepbridge Innovation SEIS was previously known as the Deepbridge Sci-Tech Daresbury SEIS. Deepbridge is an investment manager with a bias towards technology growth companies. Like all SEIS offers this is very high risk and ...
This is the fifth tranche of the Jenson SEIS and EIS fund, raising up to £5 million. Jenson are SEIS pioneers: their first fund was launched soon after the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme was introduced in ...
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