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Don’t invest unless you’re prepared to lose all the money you invest. This is a high-risk investment. Take 2 mins to learn more.

OXFORD CAPITAL
growth eis

Invest in the future of UK technology

Don’t invest unless you’re prepared to lose all the money you invest. This is a high-risk investment.

Introduction
to EIS

The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) was first introduced by the UK Government in 1994 to encourage investment in to early-stage businesses. We have championed the scheme for over 20 years and have pioneered fund investing via EIS.

While EIS qualifying businesses are high risk, for those investors comfortable taking on this risk, the tax reliefs (such as 30% income tax relief) are an incentive to invest.

INVESTING IN THE OXFORD CAPITAL GROWTH EIS

The Oxford Capital Growth EIS enables investors to build a portfolio of shares in early-stage UK technology companies that have the potential for rapid value growth with the benefit of potential EIS tax reliefs.

It invests in sectors such as fintech, digital health, and AI & machine learning.

 

Introduction to EIS

The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) was first introduced by the UK Government in 1994 to encourage investment in to early-stage businesses. We have championed the scheme for over 20 years and have pioneered fund investing via EIS.

While EIS qualifying businesses are high risk, for those investors comfortable taking on this risk, the tax reliefs (such as 30% income tax relief) are an incentive to invest.

INVESTING IN THE OXFORD CAPITAL GROWTH EIS

The Oxford Capital Growth EIS investment platform enables investors to build a portfolio of shares in early-stage UK technology companies that have the potential for rapid value growth with the benefit of potential EIS tax reliefs.

Our EIS fund invests in sectors such as fintech, digital health, and AI & machine learning.

£25,000 minimum
subscription

Discretionary
portfolio of 8-12
companies

12-18 months
deployment

2.5x target
returns

Evergreen
(always open for investment)

EIS tax
advantages

Aim to exit most
investments within
5-7 years

DELIVERING STRONG RETURNS

0 % - IRR*

7 years of strong performance

0 x DEEP

tech exits

x

multiple on invested capital

£ bn

of EV across portfolio

*Data for 7 years to 5.10.2022 (since inception). Current valuation as at 5.10.22. Multiple shows gross performance and does not include the effect of commissions, fees or other charges. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.

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Due to the potential for losses, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) considers this investment to be high risk.

What are the key risks?

  1. You could lose all the money you invest
    1. If the business you invest in fails, you are likely to lose 100% of the money you invested. Most start-up businesses fail.
  2. You are unlikely to be protected if something goes wrong
    1. Protection from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), in relation to claims against failed regulated firms, does not cover poor investment performance. Try the FSCS investment protection checker here.
    2. Protection from the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) does not cover poor investment performance. If you have a complaint against an FCA-regulated firm, FOS may be able to consider it. Learn more about FOS protection here.
  3. You won’t get your money back quickly
    1. Even if the business you invest in is successful, it may take several years to get your money back. You are unlikely to be able to sell your investment early.
    2. The most likely way to get your money back is if the business is bought by another business or lists its shares on an exchange such as the London Stock Exchange. These events are not common.
    3. If you are investing in a start-up business, you should not expect to get your money back through dividends. Start-up businesses rarely pay these.
  4. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket
    1. Putting all your money into a single business or type of investment for example, is risky. Spreading your money across different investments makes you less dependent on any one to do well.
    2. A good rule of thumb is not to invest more than 10% of your money in high-risk investments. https://www.fca.org.uk/investsmart/5-questions-ask-you-invest
  5. The value of your investment can be reduced
    1. The percentage of the business that you own will decrease if the business issues more shares. This could mean that the value of your investment reduces, depending on how much the business grows. Most start-up businesses issue multiple rounds of shares.
    2. These new shares could have additional rights that your shares don’t have, such as the right to receive a fixed dividend, which could further reduce your chances of getting a return on your investment.

 

If you are interested in learning more about how to protect yourself, visit the FCA’s website here.