Bringing you live news and features since 2006 

MMC opens fund aimed at investors under-35

RELATED TOPICS​

MMC Ventures has reopened the MMC Growth Generation Fund, which is structured specifically to provide a younger generation of investors with access to high growth companies, EIS tax benefits and the opportunity to build long term capital gains.

MMC hosted an event last night aimed at giving young people the opportunity to learn about venture capital investing and encouraging them to get involved in UK private company investment.
 
MMC launched the Growth Generation Fund in January 2010, having noticed a growing interest in the venture capital market amongst younger investors.  The reopening of the fund creates an opportunity for 18-35 year olds to invest in hard-to-access, fast growing private UK companies at low cost.
 
Avid Larizadeh, co-founder and chief operating officer at Boticca.com, says: “I’ve been fortunate enough to have had experience as both an investor and an entrepreneur.  For a young person it’s actually really hard to become an investor today – and so I’m really pleased that MMC has reopened the Growth Generation Fund.  Participants will benefit from access to very low cost and tax efficient venture capital investing in the UK – and indeed the opening up of the hugely exciting world of high-growth business.”
 
Rory Stirling (pictured), partner, MMC Ventures, says: “Much of our high-growth economy is built on the hard-work and innovative thinking of 18-35 year olds, yet this cross-section of the investor community rarely gets to access to an opportunity such as the Growth Generation Fund that – in addition to the usual tax breaks – is distinguished from any other fund in the market by the fact that we do not charge investor fees. We also believe that Growth Generation investors could be an invaluable source of exciting, fast growing companies. They are a collection of talented individuals who could be great additions to the management teams of our portfolio companies – and a source of prime strategic input into emerging trends in the new economy.”
 
The MMC Growth Generation Fund is open-ended and subject to a minimum subscription of GBP2,500 and a maximum of GBP10,000. Subscriptions are invested in the same deals and on the same terms as the MMC EIS Fund. The Growth Generation Fund charges no annual management fees.

Latest News

BlackRock's iShares, an undisputed leader among European ETF issuers, pushed further ahead in Q1 with EUR173 billion in trades, triple..
European ETFs raised USD47.8 billion in Q1, a 15 per cent increase compared to the same period in 2023, according..
LSEG Lipper’s March report finds that globally equity ETFs (+EUR113.2 billion) enjoyed the highest estimated net inflows for the month,..
Morningstar has published a review of the European ETF market for the first quarter 2024, which finds that it gathered..

Related Articles

etf active trading
Latest Morningstar data shows actively managed ETFs’ share of the US ETF market rose to 8.5 per cent at the...
Kristen Mierzwa, FTSE Russell
Index Investments Group (IIG), a division within index provider FTSE Russell, has extended its range of indices through two new...
ETFs
US ETF issuers of active ETFs are facing an increase in fees from the big custodian firms, such as Charles...
Taylor Krystkowiak, Themes ETFs
Themes ETFs opened its doors in December 2023, with an introductory suite of 11 ETFs – seven thematic and four...
Subscribe to the ETF Express newsletter

Subscribe for access to our weekly newsletter, newsletter archive, updates on the site and exclusive email content.

Marketing by