- Temper, a meat-lover’s dream in Soho (and now the City!)
- The Kitty Hawk, when you need a break from your busy Liverpool Street life
- Martello Hall, a late-night Hackney haunt serving up pizza and gin
An eclectic bunch, I agree. But what do they have in common?
Well, firstly, they’re London favourites. Just last year, Temper was named No.3 in TimeOut’s ‘100 Best Restaurants in London’, The Kitty Hawk was awarded ‘Best London Bar’ at the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards, where Martello Hall was shortlisted for ‘Best Pub Design’.
What is the Enterprise Investment Scheme?
Launched in 1994, the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) is a government scheme designed to help certain types of small, higher-risk, unquoted companies to raise capital. It does so by providing a range of tax reliefs for investors who subscribe for qualifying new shares in these companies.
Some of the main tax reliefs provided by the EIS include:
- 30% initial Income Tax Relief
- Freedom from Capital Gains Tax (CGT)
- Deferral of CGT on disposals made in the last 3 years or in the next 12 months
- Loss Relief, meaning maximum exposure of 38.5p in the £1 for a 45% income tax payer
- Inheritance Tax Relief, a potential saving of 40p in the £1
Who are Imbiba?
Imbiba, a specialist bar and restaurant investor, has been in investing in London’s leisure and hospitality industry for over 20 years, and is recognised for its successful ‘buy, build, and exit’ strategy. Imbiba’s most recent exit, the sale of Drake & Morgan in 2013, provided EIS investors with a 5.7x cash invested, resulting in Imbiba being awarded ‘Best EIS Investment Exit’ at the EIS Association Annual Awards in 2014.
Since 1998, Imbiba has achieved an average compound IRR in excess of 35% per annum (excluding EIS relief), with realised investments generating £38 million of cash from a cumulative investment of £14 million.
To apply the proven strategy to the Imbiba Leisure EIS Fund, Imbiba partnered with Enterprise Investment Partners, a specialist small-cap investment boutique, who have over 20 years of leisure sector experience, and have raised in excess of £100 million for various leisure and hospitality operators in recent years.
Working with Imbiba since 2012, Enterprise Investment Partners have raised over £35 million for the Imbiba Leisure EIS Fund, providing investment into some of London’s favourite bar/restaurants:
- Banking Hall, City
- Canova Hall, Brixton
- Grace Hall, City
- Martello Hall, Hackney
- No.1 Duke Street, Richmond
- No.11 Pimlico Road, Pimlico
- No.197 Chiswick Fire Station, Chiswick
- No.29 Power Station West, Battersea
- No.32 The Old Town, Clapham
- Six Storeys, Soho
- Tanner & Co, Bermondsey
- Temper, Soho and City
- The Kitty Hawk, Moorgate
- Victorian Bath House, Liverpool Street
This year, the Imbiba Leisure EIS Fund hopes to raise £10 million in order to invest in more of London’s favourite leisure and hospitality businesses.
Aside from the attractive tax benefits of the EIS, investing alongside Imbiba allows you to benefit from:
- Their exceptional industry experience, and their reputation as an outstanding innovator of new bar/restaurant concepts in Central London;
- An industry-leading track record, having achieved an IRR in excess of 35% from 10 exits over the past 19 years;
- An industry-leading hurdle rate of 1.5x the original investment, aligning the interests of Managers and Investors.
To find out more about the Fund, or to invest, visit: http://www.enterprise-ip.com/imbiba or give Martin Sherwood (Partner, Enterprise Investment Partners) a call on 020 7843 0470, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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