John Glencross: Don't mourn death of asset-backed EIS offerings

UK can be world’s entrepreneurial capital

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John Glencross: "Britain is a better place to start a business – and EIS investments are helping to create that environment."
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John Glencross: "Britain is a better place to start a business – and EIS investments are helping to create that environment."

The US is usually seen as offering the global benchmark for innovation but, as John Glencross illustrates, the UK is now trumping the world's largest economy on several counts

Some advisers may be mourning the fact the door has now closed on asset-backed Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) offerings even if it should come as no surprise the government withdrew tax relief ...

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