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.

Kuber Ventures – New Funds Update

Kuber Ventures is delighted to announce another three new funds have been added to the platform, which further enhances the fund range available.

Guinness EIS
The Fund looks to invest in a portfolio of at least five carefully selected investments into growth companies across a range of sectors including:
  • Businesses with experienced management teams
  • Businesses with good visibility on future revenue and cashflow growth
  • Businesses with expanding working capital requirements
Scheme Strategy: Generalist growth
Target Return: £1.25 per £1.00, net of all fees
Origin Interactive Entertainment SEIS Fund
The Fund intends to invest in a portfolio of high-growth SEIS qualifying companies within the Interactive Entertainment Sector utilising a range of hardware including:
  • Tablets
  • Virtual Reality (“VR”)/Augmented Reality (“AR”)
  • Smart phones
  • PC
Scheme Strategy: Private Equity SEIS
Target Return: £2.08 per £1 invested (excluding tax relief)
Start-Up Series Fund EIS/SEIS
The Fund invests in product and service businesses that are in attractive markets, have innovative products or services that can create new consumption behaviours, demonstrate the marketing and communication skills to build strong brands and have routes to an exit at a high multiple.
Scheme Strategy: Generalist/consumer
EIS Target Return: £1.90 per £1 invetsed
SEIS Target Return: £2.40 per £1 invetsed

Dermot Campbell, CEO said “Bringing these funds on board strengthens further our diversification mantra. Investors now have even more industries and opportunities from which to choose to build diversified portfolios. Advisers have been building diversified equity investment portfiolios using platforms for some time now, enabling the use of multiple investment managers and different asset classes to reduce risk. Advisers should simply be using the same principles to EIS and SEIS investing.”