“Our Funds address an investment gap in the UK market between post seed and pre series A. It’s a space where start-ups move from concept to a working model but haven’t yet achieved the numbers to attract institutional investment from VCs or Private Equity.
For investors, it’s a particularly exciting time to get involved because the potential for growth can be very high indeed.
Of course, the investment gap exists because the risks are also high, with around 80% of early stage businesses failing to progress. Angel investing therefore demands serious commitment and, even with the Government’s EIS tax incentives, it’s not for the faint hearted.
Our Funds are designed to take on some of the risks and demands of angel investing, professionalising the industry and giving more people the confidence to include early stage opportunities in their investment portfolio. We do it by spreading the risk; we invest the fund across 7 to 10 exceptional young businesses, pairing the mercurial with more conventional propositions in order to achieve overall returns of 2x times capital.
We select these businesses from a uniquely rich and well researched deal flow, generated by Newable’s national network of contacts. And we use the powerful combined intelligence and judgement of our 500-strong angel investor group to evaluate and identify the strongest possible opportunities.”
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Newable Ventures Limited (FRN 795277) is an Appointed Representative of Larpent Newton & Co Ltd. Larpent Newton & Co Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, FRN 141275.
Neither Newable Capital Limited nor Newable Private Investing Limited are Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Risk warning: Your capital is at risk. Investing in early stage companies involves risks including loss of capital, illiquidity, lack of dividends and dilution. Newable Ventures Limited does not give tax or investment advice.
The availability of tax relief depends on individual investors’ circumstances, and on investee companies’ qualifying status, both of which may be subject to change. If you are in doubt about eligibility for tax reliefs or the tax treatment of your investment, you should seek independent tax advice.