EIS Not Just For The Mega Wealthy

7th September 2022

Deepbridge Capital's Andrew Aldridge, Partner & Chief of Marketing has recently spoken with Professional Paraplanner to discuss how the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) is not just a tax planning instrument for the ultra wealthy, but should be considered by any paraplanner carrying out estate planning for clients.

HM Queen Elizabeth II - A Tribute

9th September 2022

On the death of Queen Elizabeth II, a statement from Deepbridge’s founder and managing partner, Ian Warwick:

On behalf of everyone at Deepbridge, I express our sadness at the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II.

I was fortunate to serve Her Majesty during my early career in the Royal Navy, when I swore an allegiance to The Queen which I carried throughout my life.

Elasmogen Enters License Agreement With Intract

16th September 2022

Elasmogen, which is part of the Deepbridge Life Sciences EIS fund, recently entered into a global license agreement with Intract Pharma Limited that gives Elasmogen exclusive access to Soteria® and Phloral® Technologies for oral colonic delivery of therapeutic proteins, deriving from Elasmogen's s

Firstkind Ltd Joins Legs Matter Coalition As Gold Corporate Partner

20th September 2022

Investee company within the Deepbridge Technology Growth EIS portfolio, Sky Medical Technology Ltd has recently announced that it's company Firstkind Ltd has joined the Legs Matter coalition as a gold corporate partner. Legs Matter Coalition increases awareness, understanding, and action for lower leg and foot conditions among the public and healthcare professionals and the general public.

Government shows commitment to EIS and SEIS in Mini Budget

23rd September 2022

With energy prices grabbing the headlines from The Chancellor's 'mini budget' this morning, it has perhaps flown under the radar that the Government overtly reiterated its commitment to the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Seed EIS. 

There was previously some debate regarding the future of EIS, with a 'sunset clause' in 2025. However, Kwasi Kwarteng this morning stated that the government remains supportive of the EIS and "sees the value of extending them in the future."