We believe our investment opportunities are priced competitively and have a purpose built strong alignment of interests between all parties. Having been involved in the product origination, design and due diligence, we are proud to have put the ‘Kin’ name to them.
Our focus is providing financial intermediaries with investment opportunities that convey tax significant advantages for their clients. Please note, in order to give you access to further information on certain products, we may require you to confirm whether you meet the FCA’s definitions of a High Net Worth Investor, Sophisticated Investor or Restricted Investor.
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We are pleased to announce that Kin Capital has been listed as a finalist for ‘Best New Entrant’ at the Tax Efficiency Awards 2017, run by Investment Week Read more...
Reopening November 2017. At nearly £50m of assets, Pembroke VCT is an established and dividend paying generalist VCT. More >
SEIS Fund conveying 50% income tax relief carryback to 2016/17 and other SEIS tax reliefs, through a diverse portfolio of entertainment sector businesses. More >
The most popular growth EIS Fund for the last two tax years, according to figures published by independent commentator Tax Efficient Review. More >
The UK's first nationwide Social Investment Tax Relief Fund, offering retail investors access to SITR qualifying investments creating a positive social impact across the UK. More >
Our summary gives an overview of our current VCT, EIS, SEIS, and SITR offers. More >
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All our products are higher risk investments and there is a significant risk of losing capital. They will not be suitable for all investors. We strongly encourage private investors to seek professional financial advice, before reviewing any of our literature. The VCT, EIS, SEIS, SITR and BR schemes were established by the UK Government to encourage the funding of smaller (and therefore high risk) UK companies. Investment in funds and businesses that qualify under these rules is high-risk and for the long-term. Prospective investors should refer to the detailed risk warnings in the relevant offer documents.
Of note is that past performance is not a guide to future performance. The value of any of these investment opportunities and any income derived can rise and fall. Shareholders may get back less than originally invested, even after the tax reliefs are taken into account. There can be no guarantee that any investment objectives will be achieved.
Investment in smaller companies which are unquoted involves a higher degree of risk than investment in larger companies. Furthermore, the market for shares in smaller companies is typically less liquid than that for shares in larger companies, bringing with it potential difficulties in acquiring, valuing and disposing of such shares. The spread between the bid and offer price of shares may be wide and therefore the price used for valuation may not be achievable. Any change of governmental, economic, political, monetary or fiscal policy could materially affect the operation of a company or investment fund and/or its ability to achieve or maintain its tax status.
The information on this website is based on existing legislation. The tax reliefs described are those currently available but may be subject to change. The tax rules or their interpretation in relation to an investment in any of our products or rates of tax may change during the life of an investment. Changes in legislation regarding qualifying holdings and qualifying trades in particular, may limit the number of qualifying investment opportunities and/or reduce the level of returns that would otherwise have been achievable. Any such changes can be retrospective. The value of tax reliefs depends on the personal circumstances and potential investors should consult their own tax advisers before making any investment.