Yesterday’s budget was not a blockbuster budget, but this was probably to be expected given the current political and economic context. Beneath the usual media headlines, there were a few points worth noting for investors seeking tax-efficient investment solutions. Not to mention those who read my post yesterday!
1 Pensions – we thought that the Chancellor was going to fiddle with annual contributions, but he did not, perhaps because he has restricted private sector investme
It has recently been mentioned that Monday’s budget has been moved back two days from its original Wednesday date so as not to interfere with Halloween celebrations, and the gift that might offer to news publications exploring the budget for tricks and/or treats, the lighting of bonfires, or even the appearance of a ghost. It is also perhaps fitting that the UK government is seeking to avoid a conflict with a day whose origins come from a pagan Celtic festival, given the mes
Nicholas Nicolaides, co-founder and investment manager at Symvan Capital, explains the origins of Symvan, their ethos and approach to early stage VC investing, balancing risk/reward, starting with SEIS and then followed by EIS.
Symvan Capital is delighted to announce that we have been selected as a finalist for the Investment Week Tax Efficiency Awards 2018/19 for the award category EIS: Best Single Sector. The winners across all 11 award categories will be announced on Friday, November 30. For the details of all the finalists click here.