4 Alternative investment routes: Impact - SEIS & EIS - Fixed Income - Private equity

Updated: Jun 14, 2020

Impact investing

Impact investing refers to investments made into companies, organizations, and funds with the intention to generate a measurable, beneficial social or environmental impact alongside a financial return. Impact investing occurs across asset classes such as private equity/venture capital, debt, and fixed income. Impact investments provide capital to address social and/or environmental issues. Impact investing can be made in both emerging or developed markets, and depending on the goals of the investors they can target a wide range of returns. Impact investors actively seek to place capital in industries such as renewable energy, housing, healthcare, education, micro- finance, and sustainable agriculture.

SEIS and EIS funds

SEIS and EIS investments are only available in the UNITED KINGDOM, SEIS funds and EIS funds present a tax-efficient way of investing in early-stage ventures with potential for significant growth. Much like venture capital funds but with the added bonus of receiving government tax incentives for investing and loss relief protection from HMRC should the company you invest into fail

Fixed Income

Fixed income comes from a type of security that pays investors fixed interest payments until the maturity date of the security. At maturity of the security investors are repaid the principal amount they invest. Bonds and loan notes are the common types of fixed-income products. There is a level of security for an investor In the event of a company's bankruptcy whereas, fixed-income investors are paid be- fore common stockholders. Fixed income investments offer investors a steady stream of income over the life of the security while simultaneously offering the issuer much-needed access to capital or money. Income can be fixed at rates as high as even 20% per annum to the investor in some cases.

Private equity for Capital Growth

Private equity consists of investing into unlisted companies in return for equity in that company. Typically private funds are formed by combining investment from institutional investors such as high-net-worth individuals (HNWI) ultra-high-net-worth-individuals (UHNWI), pension funds and insurance companies. Funds are used alongside borrowed money and the money of the private equity firm itself to invest in businesses with the potential to have high growth.


To Summarize

Alternative investments are a new way to invest where your earning potential can be 30x more than traditional options. With alternatives there is no earnings limits. All while funding minority-led businesses, driving innovation, building schools and affordable housing and supporting economic development across the world.

How do I invest and find Alternative Investment that suit me?

Before it is possible to invest into alternative investments the investor must self certify themselves as a high-net- worth-individual or a sophisticated investor. To see if you qualify as either of these fill out a self certification form and start receiving a diverse range of alternative asset opportunities; https://www.fcpinvest.co.uk/self-certification

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