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Interested in fintech, investing or crowdfunding? Then why not consider investing in an authorised and regulated crowdfunding platform. 

To become a shareholder in Crowd For Angels you will need to become a member of our platform – Please fill in all the following fields to become a member of Crowd for Angels.


Crowd for Angels is currently looking to raise up to £700,000 in growth capital.

Pitch Highlights:

  • Crowd for Angels UK Limited is offering up to 20.34% of the company in return for £700,000
  • The company has received advanced assurance for EIS tax relief.
  • You can invest from as little as £28.
  • If you invest £200, you will receive 100 free shares in Crowd for Angels (UK) Limited.
Investment through Crowd for Angels (UK) Limited involves lending to companies and therefore your capital is at risk and interest payments are not guaranteed if the borrower defaults. Investments made in companies listed on the Crowd For Angels platform are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). Crowd for Angels is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

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Crowd for Angels is the first directly regulated crowdfunding platform for debt and equity funding. We cater for both private and public companies.

  • You can invest in a pitch from as little as £25.
  • There are no fees for Investors.
  • Receive high capital gains on your investments.
  • Recieve Up to 50% tax relief with SEIS (seed enterprise investment scheme) 
So whether you are looking to invest in Equity or Debt, do BOTH with Crowd for Angels.

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Investing in small public listed or private companies involves risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of investment and dilution, and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. Crowd for Angels is targeted exclusively at investors who are sufficiently sophisticated to understand these risks and make their own Investment Decisions. You will only be able to invest via Crowd for Angels once you are authorised. Please click here to read the full Risk Warning.


Finding income in a low-rate wasteland - CityAM Feature

WITH the Bank of England widely expected to cut interest rates this afternoon, savers are bracing themselves for a further drop in the already pitiful returns they are earning on deposit accounts. The rates of interest offered on crowdfunded debt securities typically range from 6 per cent to 12 per cent, depending on the risk associated with the business. Crowdfunded debt products might be riskier, but their higher rates of return make them worth a look.

Oliver Rothschild becomes a shareholder in Crowd for Angels

Crowd for Angels is delighted to announce that growth company guru and charity ambassador Oliver Rothschild has become a shareholder in the company. This further strengthens his ties with the business, at which he became a special advisor to the board in January this year.

Read our report on Debt Crowdfunding.

While the crowdfunding industry is probably better known for its equity products, there is a rapidly growing and attractive sub-sector developing for debt based crowdfunded securities. According to innovation charity Nesta a total of £6.2 million was raised via debt based securities in 2015. This was up by 47.6% on the previous year, as investors became increasingly attracted to their benefits.

The Business Finance Guide - ICAEW

Access to the latest 'Business finance guide' that was compiled by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.

Can Crowdfunding beat annuities?

Driven by increasing life expectancy rates and record low interest rates, levels of income provided by annuities have plunged over the past couple of decades. Back in the 1990s a 65 year old man with a pension fund of £100,000 could quite easily secure an income of c.£15,000 a year until death via a life annuity. However in 2016 an equally large pension pot is unlikely to pay our retiree more than £5,000 per annum. Could crowdfunding be the answer?

Tax Relief Available

EIS and SEIS Approved

Click here to find out about the government's EIS and SEIS tax relief programs.