Loss of capital Investors capital is at risk and you should not invest unless you can afford a total loss of your capital. The value of your investment can fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally invested, if anything at all.Forward looking statements This webpage may contain or refer to forward looking financial statements and illustrations which, by their nature, are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties. The actual results may differ materially as a result of various factors, and therefore the Investor should not place reliance upon them.Liquidity risk Investments in unquoted companies can be difficult to sell, especially when compared to quoted companies where liquid exchanges exist for buyers and sellers. The process could take much longer as the underlying business might need to be sold.Legal and regulatory - There may be future changes to the legal and regulatory environment which could potentially impact the operations of AllBright, its assets, the Investee Companies of the AllBright EIS Fund and the companies listed on the AllBright Crowd Funding Platform.
Any rates of tax, tax benefits and allowances described on the webpage are based on current legislation and HMRC practice. These may change from time to time, are not guaranteed and may depend on the Investors personal circumstances.Any investment proposition referred to on the webpage has been designed with UK resident taxpayers in mind. It may not be advantageous for persons not resident or ordinarily resident in the UK to invest the company.Income tax relief available is subject to Investors making the proper filing of returns with HMRC within the required timeframe and reliefs may be lost if the necessary steps are not taken.AllBright cannot guarantee that investments will qualify for tax reliefs, and if they do so initially, that their status will be maintained. Their status depends for example on compliance with the requirements of SEIS (Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme) or EIS (Enterprise Investment Scheme) legislation by the Investor and Investee Companies.A sale of shares in the Investee Companies within three year period of purchase will result in some or all of the 30% income tax relief available for those shares becoming repayable to HMRC and any capital gains on such shares and any deferred gain being subject to CGT (Capital Gains Tax). It is possible for Investors to lose their EIS Reliefs and/or capital gains tax deferral relief and/or Business Property Relief by taking or not taking certain steps. Investors are advised to take appropriate independent professional advice on the tax aspects of their investment.For further details on the risk warning, please visit the Full Risk Warning page.