Tagged: chancellor of the exchequer

UK Government National Investment Fund to Back UK Startups. Consultation is Currently Seeking Feedback

The UK government has proposed a  new “National Investment Fund” launched to help innovative UK start-ups become “world-leading unicorns”.  According to HM Treasury, the Fund will ostensibly fill a £4 billion funding gap between US and UK firms and boost investment into entrepreneurial firms. HM… Read More

Innovate Finance Responds to Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Autumn Statement

Lawrence Wintermeyer, CEO of Innovate Finance, welcomed Chancellor of the Exchequer,  Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement delivered to Parliament today. Wintermeyer said he was “pleased to see a focus on investment, productivity, and digital innovation”. Innovate Finance had called for the UK government to advance on… Read More

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement: Further Support for Business Including Fintech

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond delivered the annual Autumn Statement designed to deal with Brexit repercussions while announcing that in the future only a single major fiscal presentation will be delivered. HM Treasury will move to a single fiscal event will be made after the… Read More

UK Government Incentives Boost 1,100 Companies with Over £82 Million in Finance

UK Program, Used by Crowfunding Platforms,  Dramatically Encourages Investments in Small Businesses. Her Majesty’s Treasury has released some initial results from their Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) which is a widely used tax incentive on UK based equity crowdfunding platforms.  The HM Majesty’s early data… Read More

Crowdcube Management Meets with HM Treasury, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

Crowdcube Equity Crowdfunding Platform has Raised Over £12 Million to date for 64 Busineses. Crowdcube founders Luke Lang and Darren Westlake ventured off to Downing Street today to meet with British authorities to discuss the equity crowdfunding revolution and realities of today.  Representatives from HM… Read More

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