Ian Battersby: EIS life beyond the Budget

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Ian Battersby: "Now more than ever, it is about being investment-led rather than tax-driven – and, quite frankly, that has to be right."
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Ian Battersby: "Now more than ever, it is about being investment-led rather than tax-driven – and, quite frankly, that has to be right."

Ian Battersby offers his thoughts on the EIS market in the run-up to the tax year-end, the potential impact of changes announced in the Budget and the proposals outlined in the much-anticipated Patient Capital Review

The waiting is over and, while the finer detail is still to emerge in some respects, we now know pretty much where we all stand. Realistically, I doubt there can be too many complaints about how ‘f...

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