All VCT, EIS, SEIS, and Business Relief qualifying investments are high risk and are not suitable for most clients. They are illiquid investments and Investors’ capital is at risk.

Act now – last chance to invest in Solar or Wind via EIS

Benefit from generous EIS tax breaks in renewable energy…before it’s too late…act now before Royal Assent!Following the recent Budget changes to rules associated with EIS investing in renewable energy companies benefitting from  Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROC) and/or Renewable Heat Incentives (RHI) there are less than 100 days remaining to invest in this sector.The asset backed nature of such investments makes investing in renewable energy a compelling lower risk opportunity which will not exist beyond mid July.

Kuber has secured capacity with two highly regarded managers in this sector – Deepbridge Advisers and Guinness Asset Management. These managers have been selected following a rigorous due diligence process, and together provide investors with a diversified approach across both manager and sector (wind and solar)



Kuber’s unique offering also includes:

  • Comprehensive due diligence carried out on our fund managers in partnership with Allenbridge Tax Consultants. Kuber also carries out internal due diligence and an independent investment committee signs off on all managers on the platform.
  • Ability to build diversified portfolios across manager, sector and funding stage to reduce risk.
  • Peace of mind with a reduced administrative burden.
  • Online portal for investors and advisers.

To learn more about this opportunity come along to one of our breakfast or lunch seminars:

Breakfast Seminar
08.30 – 10.00
Tuesday 29th April 2014
10 Old Burlington Street, London, W1S 3AG

Lunch Seminar
12.00 – 13.30
Tuesday 29th April 2014
10 Old Burlington Street, London, W1S 3AG

Please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information or if you have any other questions relating to your clients’ EIS investment requirements.
John Williams & Dermot Campbell
Managing Directors Kuber Ventures