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What is the difference between SEIS and EIS? Annual reports available now

by | Feb 9, 2024

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SEIS and EIS serve the same purpose, to exist as an outlet for early-stage investment into high-growth-potential, smaller and younger UK companies. These outlets are there to bridge the renowned ‘finance gap’, meaning many promising businesses can overcome the struggle to obtain growth funding.

Although highly similar, SEIS explicitly targets start-ups and very early stage companies, while EIS can be used by larger and more mature companies – though these are still relatively small and young in the context of the UK’s business and corporate landscape.

Want to find out more about SEIS and EIS? 

 
 

Click here to access your complimentary copy of the SEIS Report 2024

Click here to access your complimentary copy of the EIS Report 2024

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