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On the first glance, It does not seem likely that the UK government would be that generous with its revenue. Nevertheless, these tax reliefs are available to investors in certain instances.
To be eligible for the relief, the company seeking the investment must have:
1. A permanent establishment in the UK for a period of 3 years from the issue of the shares.
2. All the money raised by the share issue must be used within two years in a ‘qualifying trade.’
3. The trade must be carried on by the parent company or subsidiary which is a 90% subsidiary for a period of 3 years from the issue of the shares.
It is launched by Tony De Nazareth who has over 30 years’ experience of investment banking, venture capital and lending. He has combined his experience and knowledge of finance with his interest in social media and technology to create an innovative source of funding that competes with, and has the potential to replace the traditional sources of funding for companies.