Private companies offer a unique asset class, correlated not to the market but to entrepreneurial drive.
This is an arena where you can potentially find better returns as well as solutions to preserving wealth over generations.
This free guide offers an introduction to the asset class and looks at the primary considerations before investing.
In This Guide:
- The Rise of Crowdfunding – The pros and cons of investing through crowdfunding platforms
- Due Diligence – Finding a company that ticks all the boxes
- Barriers to Entry – Having visibility on your private company investment
- Routes to Invest – Examining the different ways to invest in private companies
Your capital will be at risk and there is no guarantee of any investment return. The value of investments may go down and you could lose all of your investment. Private company investments are not listed on any market and this means that you may not be able to sell them when you want to do so. This sort of investment does not provide a reliable source of income. The tax benefits of private company investing depend on your personal circumstances and on compliance with the relevant rules. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. We do not provide investment, tax or legal advice.
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