Andrew Aldridge: EIS and the benefit of experience

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Andrew Aldridge: "Many tech firms appear to be solving problems that do not actually exist and that is clearly not an investment worth pursuing."
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Andrew Aldridge: "Many tech firms appear to be solving problems that do not actually exist and that is clearly not an investment worth pursuing."

Advisers are likely to know which specialist they would turn to if they were looking for an emerging markets or property fund so why, asks Andrew Aldridge, do many people still entrust EIS investing to generalist managers?

We have all witnessed the evolution of the financial services sector over recent years. As the sector has become increasingly complicated and it has become impractical for advisers to be experts in all...

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