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Deepbridge Expands Innovation SEIS Fund

As of 16th February 2022, Deepbridge Capital is opening a new £1 million tranche of the Deepbridge Innovation SEIS fund. 

The Deepbridge Innovation SEIS enables private investors to access a portfolio of early-stage companies within the UK's vibrant technology sector, whilst investors are able to benefit from the generous potential tax reliefs via the Government's Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme. 

Investments in the Deepbridge Innovation SEIS are subject to a minimum subscription of £25,000 with funds expected to be deployed in the 2022/23 tax year. 

Previous investments via the Deepbridge Innovation SEIS have included the likes of Perse, SmallSpark Space Systems, Thinking Machine Systems, Touch Biometix and Trigenex

Adrian Neilan, Investment Director, Technology, at Deepbridge Capital commented: 

“In response to significant demand from financial advisers and investors, we are delighted to be seeking a further £1m of SEIS capital via the Deepbridge Innovation SEIS. 

The UK Government’s Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme is a world-leading initiative; providing investors with significant tax reliefs as an incentive to support seed-stage companies which are seeking to create the innovation and jobs of tomorrow. 

Hardman & Co’s recent white paper entitled ‘how much should clients invest in venture capital,’ highlighted the need for investors to include venture capital within a portfolio and how adding seed-stage investments can dramatically increase return profiles for appropriate clients. 

Given the growing interest in such investments, as part of a diversified portfolio, we expect that this fundraising tranche will yet again be oversubscribed so we urge interested advisers to contact their local Deepbridge representative at the earliest opportunity.” 

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