Kuber Ventures welcomes Symvan Capital to its Platform

Symvan Capital is pleased to announce that both its open EIS and SEIS funds are available on Kuber Ventures, an independent platform dedicated to EIS and SEIS investments. Founded in 2013, Kuber provides an easy-to-use online system for Financial Advisers and Investors considering tax-efficient investments and wanting to build portfolios of many companies within Enterprise Investment Schemes (EIS) and Seed EIS (SEIS). Kealan Doyle, CEO, Symvan Capital, comments: “Kuber has established itself as the ‘go-to’ platform for tax-efficient investing amongst UK wealth managers. When Symvan Capital was awarded Best SEIS Manager/Sponsor 2015 by the EIS Association, we also knew where to go”. For mor

Symvan Capital named Best SEIS Fund Manager/Sponsor at EISA Annual Awards 2015

The winners of the Enterprise Investment Scheme Association Awards for 2015 were announced at the House of Lords last night (Thursday 11th February 2016). We are delighted that Symvan Capital was awarded Best SEIS Fund Manager/Sponsor. Judges’ comment: “The level of due diligence and research they undertake on potential investee companies is impressive and gives advisers and investors alike great confidence in their investment. Investor communication also appears to be excellent with regular investor meetings and updates, all of which offer a glimpse into the inner workings of the SEIS which few funds can match.” Visit here for a full list of winners. Download the full press release here

Wealth Management Focus – What does this April’s dividend change hold for EIS investments?

During last summer’s Budget, the Chancellor announced that dividend tax rates would rise by what amounts to an effective 7.5 percentage point increase for each of the three tax bands for the 2016/17 tax year. The impact on SME owners has been dramatic, to the extent that the government estimates that it will receive an additional £2.5 billion in tax on dividends for the current 2015/16 tax year, as a lot of entrepreneurs are expected to take cash out of their businesses ahead of 6 April 2016. The reasons for this increase in the dividend take are entirely rational. The 7.5 percentage point increase will ensure that Higher Rate Taxpayers (those who earn between £32,000 and £150,000) will now


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