Andrew Aldridge: Building back better - opportunities for advisers

Digital innovation, healthcare and renewables

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Andrew Aldridge explores the opportunities for advisers presented by both EIS and business relief in some 'on-trend' investment sectors...

The UK government's current tag line of ‘Building Back Better' is focused on the realisation that we can live in a smarter way. It also suggests that the UK has the opportunity to be at the forefront of 21st century sustainable innovation. The government has repeatedly trumpeted three key sectors whose success will enable us as a nation to achieve these lofty goals. The sectors of digital innovation, healthcare advancement and sustainable energy production, are rightly these areas of focus. Importantly for advisers, this national focus enables them to identify the investment opportuni...

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