London-based alternative fund investment platform Kuber Ventures, has added the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) funds of Guinness and Seneca Managed Storage.
Both EIS funds provide investors with an asset backed EIS investment strategy.
Guinness emphasises the preservation of capital for investors by focusing on investment into companies with assets backed through property and land, high value stock, equipment and long term contracts.
Seneca Managed Storage EIS is specialist vehicle for investments in the managed storage sector. Seneca will be working alongside their operating partner, SureStore, whose management team has identified the opportunity to acquire a number of freehold and long leasehold storage facilities to further expand the estate of storage assets that they manage.
Kuber Ventures said these additions were significant given the context of recent changes in legislation, removing the ability to invest in renewable energy production within an EIS investment structure.
They bring the total number of tax efficient funds available on the Kuber platform to 29.
Dermot Campbell, CEO at Kuber Ventures, said: “The addition of these new EIS funds demonstrates the growth momentum of the Kuber Ventures platform.
“Both Guinness and Seneca have experienced, established, teams with strong track records of aligning their interests with investors. At a time when diversification is becoming non-optional for EIS investors, we are very pleased to be increasing the investment opportunities available to investors.”