Parkwalk Opportunities EIS Fund

Parkwalk Opportunities EIS Fund Parkwalk Opportunities EIS Fund

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Deadline: Evergreen

Parkwalk Opportunities EIS Fund is a multi-award winning fund that focuses on investing in UK university spin-outs and start-ups in the technology and ‘hard science’ sector. Parkwalk Opportunities EIS Fund is open all year round (evergreen). Minimum investment is £25,000. Please note that EIS investments are high risk investments, see full risk warnings below.

Why invest?

  • Impressive track record, on average returning subscriptions within 4 years
  • Multi-award winning fund including ‘Best EIS’ at EISA Awards 2017, 2016 & Investment Week Awards 2016
  • Diverse portfolio of at least 5 investments from early-stage university spin-outs through to AIM-listed
  • Quick deployment, target 12 months for full subscription investment
  • Transparent & aligned fee structure, no hidden portfolio fees
  • High calibre deal flow through the university relationships
  • Co-invests alongside institutional investors who invest non-tax advantaged money e.g. Amadeus, Invesco Perpetual, Touchstone Innovations

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

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About Parkwalk Opportunities EIS Fund:

Parkwalk’s Opportunities EIS Fund was the largest/most popular growth EIS Fund of 2016/17 and 2017/18, according to figures published by independent commentator Tax Efficient Review. The latest Tax Efficient Review  published in May 2018 has a 88/100 score. Click here to download.

Parkwalk have an enviable track record from focusing on companies commercialising proven patented technology, originating from the UK’s leading universities; an asset class that is coming to prominence with the likes of institutional investors such as Amadeus, Invesco and Lansdowne investing heavily in the sector.

The strength of their track record means Parkwalk are prepared to publish returns on their website, in contrast to many other EIS managers. As at April 2018, an investor who invested in the 2010/11 tranche has already received more than their original subscription back, including 1.8x cash returned, 0.8x unrealised gain, giving a total return of 2.96x including tax reliefs and fees.

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

Meet the Manager: Watch the interview below with Enrico D’Angelo, CFO, Parkwalk Advisors. Enrico discusses the Fund’s investment strategy, deal flow, recent exits and reasons why you should invest in the Parkwalk Opportunities EIS Fund. (video filmed October 2017)


Portfolio examples

Cambridge CMOS Sensors – The world’s smallest gas sensors. In June 2016 Parkwalk sold it’s stake in an undisclosed all cash transaction, resulting in significant cash returns to investors. More info

Tracsis – Transportation management software. Parkwalk sold its stake in Tracsis in June 2014 for a 6.8x return (nearly 10x when considering tax relief). More info

Xeros – Waterless washing machines. Parkwalk part exited in late 2014 and early 2015 returning more cash than investors’ total investment into the fund. More info

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*Please note, EIS investments are higher risk. 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. Kin Capital is unable to give taxation or financial advice and strongly recommends private investors speak with a suitably qualified independent financial adviser.

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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