About Par EIS Fund
The Par EIS fund invests in a diversified portfolio of 6-8 companies. The focus is on technology-based companies which are generating revenues; have the potential for competitive advantage, through doing things in new and better ways; and which are run by high-quality management teams. Par Equity co-invests with experienced angel investors and the Scottish Investment Bank. It is an evergreen fund, with a minimum investment of £20,000. The target return on investment is 15%.
|Fund Manager:||Par Equity|
|Target Portfolio Size:||6 - 8 companies|
|Website:||Learn more about Par Syndicate EIS Fund|
About Par Equity
Par Equity is a venture-capital firm which focuses on investment into innovative, small businesses with high growth potential, particularly in the communications, electronics, internet and medical-technology sectors. It works closely with a wide range of financial advisers and family offices.
Par Equity’s approach is to combine the expertise, contacts and experience of an investor base which includes successful entrepreneurs, managers and other professionals. It helps identify potential companies to invest in, supports those selected and assists at the exit stage.
How does SyndicateRoom's Access EIS Fund compare?
By comparison, SyndicateRoom's Access EIS fund builds investors a large portfolio of 50+ companies across all sectors, co-investing with experienced angel investors who have an average IRR of 42%. Our model is based on our proprietary analysis of the UK startup market, which showed that on average, the market grows by 28% each year. With large portfolios, and a large network of angels providing access to the best deals, earlier, we aim to replicate that annual growth for our investors while mitigating risk. This data-driven approach aims to work around the limitations of a single fund manager attempting to pick winners.
Our minimum investment is £5,000.
|Sector Focus:||Sector Agnostic|
|Target Portfolio Size:||50+ companies|
|Website:||Learn more about the Access EIS Fund|
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