The EIS Association (EISA) is the official trade body for the Enterprise Investment Scheme. In the past Finstock Capital has been proud to work with many notable EIS fund managers (who are restricted from providing short-term debt to their investee companies) to solve cash flow shortages. EISA provides invaluable education resources for both EIS and SEIS investors - schemes that make the UK a leading start-up economy and make it such an popular area for investment.
Finstock Capital provides loans against R&D tax credits to high-growth businesses which are looking to release capital as soon as possible. The UK SME R&D scheme is especially attractive to loss-making businesses which can be repaid a partial amount of their expenditure.
The UK Business Angels Association (UKBAA) is the national trade association for angel and early-stage investment, representing over 160 member organisations and around 18,000 investors. Finstock Capital has been a member since early 2018 and has seen the significant benefit that UKBAA has provided in connecting investors with new companies seeking finance. As part of the early-stage ecosystem, Finstock Capital has taken part in a number of events by UKBAA to increase the exposure and connect various participants in what is a thriving economy.
Finstock Capital provides loans against R&D tax credits to high growth businesses which are looking to release capital as soon as possible. The UK SME R&D scheme is especially attractive to loss-making businesses which can be repaid a partial amount of their expenditure.
Finstock Capital is delighted to become a member of UKIE, the association for the UK interactive entertainment industry. The UK market for games was valued at a record £5.7bn in 2018, representing more than 10% growth on the prior year and UKIE supports the full ecosystem as a not-for-profit trade body. We look forward to working with them on events and education going forward as Finstock Capital continues to increase its presence in the UK games industry.
Finstock Capital provides loans against video games tax credits and supports video games companies through their life cycle through loan capital commitments. Thus far, Finstock Capital has supported a range of businesses from Dundee to Brighton with loans of up to £1m.
TIGA is focused on fighting for the interests of game developers and developer-publishers and its vision is to make the UK the best place in the world to do games business. It is lobbying the UK and Scottish Governments to invest in the sector, highlighting the importance of the industry in the national media, and developing new services to help developers and digital publishers.
TIGA believes that video games are a force for good: economically, educationally and socially.