Portfolio

Since 2000, our investors have funded over 175 companies, amounting to over £35 million invested.

The £300k LBA EIS Fund 2009 was fully invested in January 2011, investing in 4 leading-edge technology companies across a range of sectors

Company Sector EIS Fund Investment
Eykona Technologies Medtech £60K
Syrinix Cleantech £60K
IPadio TMT £90K
Electrospinning Company Nanotech £73K

The £420k LBA EIS Fund 2011 was fully invested in April 2012, investing in 5 leading-edge technology companies across a range of sectors

Company Sector EIS Fund Investment
Momentum Bioscience Medtech £100k
Camstent Medtech £68k
Phase Vision TMT £100k
Michelson Diagnostics Medtech £55k
Isotera Cleantech £75k

The £455k LBA EIS Fund 2012 was fully invested in April 2013, investing in 6 leading-edge technology companies across a range of sectors

Company Sector EIS Fund Investment
Lumejet Printing £90k
Syrinix Cleantech £90K
OR Productivity Medtech £90K
Trident Energy Cleantech £65k
 
Glopho Digital £48k
Sphere Fluidics Life sciences £48k

The LBA EIS Roundtable Syndicate Fund 2013 closed for new subscriptions on 5th April 2013 and investedin 5/6  leading edge technology companies alongside LBA investors. The fund hcompleted investments into Blu Wireless Technologies (semi-conductors), Contego Fraud Solutions (digital),Eagle Genomics (bio-informatics) and Bactest (cleantech), Hopster (Digital) and Albert Medical (Medtech)

The LBA SEIS Roundtable Syndicate Fund 2012,  closed for subcriptions on 19th October 2012. The fund gives investors who wish to invest in SEIS qualifying companies an innovative way to acquire a portfolio of investments whilst taking advantage of the personal tax relief of 50% offered by the seed enterprise investment scheme as well as other tax advantages of the scheme. The fund has to date completed investments into Sustainable Marine Energy (cleantech), Westco Medical(medtech), Style on Screen (digital) and Stylechi (digital), Travel AI (digital) and Vidergen (medtech)

The LBA EIS Roundtable Syndicate Fund 2014 is now closed for new subscriptions, raising just under £700k.