Fintech has become one of the most important sectors for investing over the past few years, with some commentators comparing its influence to the late-1990s dotcom boom. Through SyndicateRoom, investors have the opportunity to invest in Fintech companies that are attempting to disrupt traditional financial services. As payments and information become more and more mobile, it is likely that innovation in the Fintech sector will continue to increase, approximately mirroring the pace of the last few years.

Why Invest in Fintech?

Fintech, or financial technology, is among the world’s most rapidly expanding markets as the manner in which we use our money and invest changes at an ever-growing pace. The UK, and London in particular, has become one of the most important markets for the innovative Fintech industry, with growth very strong here. The company often held up as the example for all UK Fintech companies to follow is Transfer Wise. According to an article in City AM, Fintech investment levels again increased in the UK in Q1 of 2017 and it is becoming a favoured investment among venture capitalists and angel investors alike. This coincided with huge deals for Funding Circle as well as the SyndicateRoom Squirrel raise (see more below).

Why invest with SyndicateRoom?

Our Access EIS fund builds a diversified startup portfolio for you by co-investing with experienced angel investors. It aims to build a portfolio of at least 50 companies for each investor to further mitigate risk, and to replicate annual market growth in the UK startup sector.

What SyndicateRoom offers:

  1. A data-driven approach to venture capital investing that aims to minimise risk.

  2. Access to a larger portion of the startup market through co-investment with experienced business angels.

  3. Generous tax reliefs as part of the EIS scheme for qualifying investors.

  4. Low minimum investment of £5,000.

SyndicateRoom is FREE to join

With SyndicateRoom you gain access to invest alongside professional investors receiving the same share class and same share price.


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