Guinness AIM EIS: Webcast, November 2020

This webcast is provided for information only and all the information contained in it is believed to be reliable but may be inaccurate or incomplete; any opinions stated are honestly held at the time of issue, but are not guaranteed. The contents of the webcast should not therefore be relied upon. Please see information on the risks associated with the Service below.

This webcast is primarily designed to inform you about recent developments in the Guinness AIM EIS Service. It may also provide information about portfolio companies, including recent activity and performance. Any investment decision should take account of the subjectivity of the comments contained in the webcast. This webcast should not be taken as a recommendation to make an investment in the Service.

Please follow the registration link below to join Andrew Martin Smith (Fund Manager) and Will Clark (Business Development) for our Guinness AIM EIS 2021 webcast on Thursday 26th November at 11am for 45 minutes. In this update, Andrew and Will will cover:

– Guinness AIM EIS 2021 – Overview
– Investment highlights and lessons
– Covid-19 – Impact and opportunities
– Valuation and Performance
– Q&A

Date Time Register / Play
Guinness
AIM EIS 2021
Thursday 26th November 11:00am


Risk

An investment in the Guinness AIM EIS Service is subject to a number of risks, both general and specific to each offering within the Service. Before making any decision to invest, prospective investors need to understand that investing in AIM EIS-qualifying companies can be highly speculative and carries high risk. The Information Memorandum for each offering contains details of the risks involved. Investors should consider carefully whether a subscription is suitable for them in the light of the information in the Information Memorandum and their personal circumstances. Before investing, investors are strongly recommended to consult an authorised financial adviser. We recommend you seek appropriate independent advice before investing.

Past performance of the Investment Manager is no guarantee of future performance. The value of an investment in any investee company may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the full amount invested. The Investment Manager will rely on achieving an exit for the investments made in each offering in order to generate a capital gain for investors. There is no guarantee that exits will be available at the prices anticipated by the Investment Manager.