After numerous requests from investors, Fund Twenty8 – the world’s first algorithmically-driven EIS fund – will open again for investment on the 11th September for two weeks only.
The fund has a unique position in the EIS market due to its focus on diversification. While most EIS funds will invest in 6-10 startups, Fund Twenty8 is designed to build its investors a portfolio of at least 28. With this many startups in your portfolio, studies suggest a 95% chance of at least one giving you a 10X return or more. To date, the fund has raised £7.9m from 377 investors.
As the fund opens, Financial Times journalist Jemima Kelly interviews SyndicateRoom’s Chief Investment Officer James Sore and meets six of the fund’s portfolio companies.
- What’s the science behind the algorithm?
- Whom has the fund invested in?
- How is the fund performing?
- What tax relief do fund investors get?
GB Investments readers will also be able to ask their own questions live on air.
Risk warning: Investing in early-stage businesses involves risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of investment and dilution, and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. SyndicateRoom is targeted exclusively at sophisticated investors who understand these risks and make their own investment decisions.