Guinness Sustainable Infrastructure Service

Guinness Sustainable Infrastructure Service Guinness Sustainable Infrastructure Service

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Deadline: Evergreen

The Guinness Sustainable Infrastructure Service invests in sustainable energy companies eligible for Business Relief (BR) with no up-front fees for advised clients. Guinness Asset Management (GAM) has built a track record of investing primarily in solar rooftop assets which have attractive investment characteristics: predictable revenues, low technology risk and low correlation with other asset classes. Minimum investment is £25,000. Please note that BR investments are high-risk investments, see full risk warnings below.

Why invest?

  • No up-front fees for advised Investors.
  • GAM has over 12 years of experience and over £800 million under management, focusing on the renewable energy sector
  • The Service allows for regular or ad hoc share redemptions (quarterly) giving investors access to capital
  • The Guinness philosophy: Estate Preservation, Performance, Security and Flexibility
  • Transparent and aligned fee structure, no hidden portfolio fees
  • Investors can benefit from 100 per cent relief from Inheritance Tax (IHT) provided the shares have been held for no less than two years at the time of death

To discuss further or to check capacity please call our sales team on 020 3743 3100 or email

About the Guinness Sustainable Infrastructure Service

Sustainable Energy. Subscriptions will be invested in companies to help finance the construction, ownership and operation of their Sustainable Energy businesses. These projects are characterised by generally long-term, stable, inflation-linked revenues.

UK focus. 
We only intend to make investments into companies and assets that are located in the UK. This means that projects operate within the UK’s stable legal and regulatory framework

Diversification will be achieved by investing in multiple Sustainable Energy projects, primarily solar rooftop

Proven Technologies.
The Investment Manager minimises technology risk by only investing in projects which use proven technologies that have an established operating history, such as solar PV

Consented Projects. 
The Investment Manager believes the optimal trade-off between development risk and financial return can be achieved by investing in businesses whose projects have already obtained the required permissions and consents, either before it has started construction or when operational

Strong Counterparties. The Investment Manager will seek to work with companies whose project developers and construction and contractors have a successful track record of delivering operating projects on time and on budget

Please note, past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results and may not be repeated.

Risk Warning:

* Please note Kin is unable to give taxation or financial advice and strongly recommends private investors speak with a suitably qualified independent financial adviser. Your capital is at risk and all our products are long term, high risk investments. They will not be suitable for all investors. The level of tax relief received depends on individual circumstances and may be withdrawn at a later date.

Private investors will need to first contact us to confirm their status as a High Net Worth, Sophisticated or Restricted Investor before we can send further information.


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