About Parkwalk Opportunities EIS Fund
The multi award-winning ParkWalk Opportunities EIS fund is specifically designed for financial advisers and their clients. It aims for capital growth, by investing in knowledge-intensive technology companies with robust intellectual property. It has a minimum subscription of £25,000 and a diverse portfolio, containing a minimum of five companies per investor. The fund typically makes an initial investment of around £5m. Twenty-nine exits have been achieved to date (10 in 2019) and a return of 29%.
|Fund Manager:||Parkwalk Advisors|
|Target Portfolio Size:||5 or more companies|
|Website:||Learn more about Parkwalk Opportunities EIS Fund|
About Parkwalk Advisors
ParkWalk has more than 10 years’ experience of investing in the university ‘spin-out’ sector, commercialising scientific discoveries made at the UK’s leading research universities. To date, it has invested in more than 100 technology spin-out companies, which have raised more than £1bn of funding since 2010. Over 1000 patents protect the technology and processes of these companies. ParkWalk currently has nearly £300m in assets under management. In 2019, it completed 44 deals and invested £65m.
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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