Please register your interest in the Roaring Pride Ventures – Social Impact EIS Fund I by completing the below form:
General RISK WARNING
Please read our full risk warning and disclaimer: Full Risk Warning
Investments of this nature carry risks to your capital at risk. The risks include illiquidity where shares may not be able to be sold easily, lack of dividends and dilution. Past performance is not indicative of future returns. Investors should only invest a proportion of their available investment funds into the Roaring Pride Ventures Social Impact EIS Fund I as these investments are high risk.
The availability of any tax relief, including EIS, depends on the individual circumstances of each investor and of the company concerned, is only available for UK Investors in qualifying companies and may be subject to change in the future. If you are in any doubt about the availability of any tax reliefs, or the tax treatment of your investment, you should obtain independent tax advice before proceeding with your investment.
Roaring Pride Ventures Limited is a private limited company registered in England and Wales (Company Number: 12698613). Roaring Pride Ventures Limited (FCA Firm Reference Number: 942298) is an appointed representative of RiskSave Technologies Ltd (FCA Firm Reference Number: 775330), who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
FULL RISK WARNING
Certified Investors should only invest in the Roaring Pride Ventures Social Impact EIS Fund I, if you have financial security independent of any investment made. The value of shares purchased in the Investee Companies, and any income derived, may fall as well as rise and Certified Investors may lose all capital invested. Note, past performance is not a guide to the future returns. Investing in SEIS and EIS companies is considered to be HIGH risk.
Potential certified investors should be aware that tax rules are subject to change at any time and the current tax reliefs described in this document may not be available in the future. The Investment Advisor will undertake regular due diligence, as far as practical, on the Investee Companies and take reasonable steps to ascertain if Investee Companies are EIS qualifying. However, the Investment Advisor and Investment Manager not guarantee that all investments made will qualify or continue to qualify for EIS. The Investment Advisor and Investment Manager also not guarantee the timescale for fully investing portfolios, or that Subscriptions will be fully invested at all times in the future.
For the avoidance of doubt, the risk factors contained on the website are not exhaustive. Additional risks and uncertainties relating to the Investee Companies that are not currently known to the Investment Advisor, or that the Investment Manager currently deems immaterial, may also have an adverse effect on the Investee Companies’ businesses, financial condition, operating results or share price. The list of risk factors below are based upon their determination of what may be most significant to a prospective certified investor. However, there may be risks which are currently not known or in the opinion of the Investment Manager and Investment Advisor considered to be immaterial. Such risks may materialise at a later stage and may significantly impact the performance of the Fund.
Investing in early-stage technology companies carries a number of risks that may negatively impact the performance of the Investee Companies and the Fund overall. Such risks are commercial risks (failure to commercialise products), licensing risk, competition, loss of key customers, reputational risks, limited resources, regulatory risks, patent risk, intellectual property risk, product liability risk, failure to reach sufficient market acceptance, lack of operating history. Any product may fail to offer material commercial advantages over other products, third party risk, distribution, solvency risk or pricing risk. Third parties may fail to provide the Investee Companies with sufficient quantities of product or fail to do so at acceptable quality levels or prices or fails to maintain or achieve satisfactory regulatory compliance. Small companies usually depend on the success of single products and formulas and therefore any revenue stream will be concentrated. Changes in economic and political conditions including, for example, interest rates, rates of inflation, industry conditions, tax laws and other factors can substantially and adversely affect equity investments in general and the Investee Companies’ prospects. Intellectual property rights do not necessarily address all potential threats to the Investee Companies’ competitive advantage.
Any new product, formula or technology carries a high risk of failure in the market.close