The 16th EIS Association Annual Awards 2021 will take place on Thursday 7th October 2021 (7-9:30pm)
The 2021 EISA Awards denote excellence in a number of EIS/SEIS fields and recognise the achievements of EIS/SEIS practitioners during the past year.
The 2021 EISA Awards Finalists are:
Best SEIS Investment Manager – sponsored by Sapphire Capital Partners
Jenson, Nova Growth Capital, RLC Ventures, SFC Capital and Worth Capital
Best EIS/SEIS Legal or Regulatory Adviser – sponsored by Calculus Capital
Adempi Associates, Bovill, Charles Russell Speechlys, MBM Commercial and Mills & Reeve
Best EIS/SEIS Tax Adviser – sponsored by Kingsley Napley
Chiene & Tait, Johnston Carmichael, Philip Hare & Associates, Sapphire Capital Partners and Shoosmiths
Diversity Champion – sponsored by Shoosmiths
Jenson, Sapphire Capital Partners and Worth Capital
Best Financial Planner – sponsored by Octopus Investments
To be Announced
Best Newcomer – sponsored by Downing
Blackfinch Ventures, Haatch Ventures, O2h Ventures, Science Creates Ventures,Superseed, The Side By Side Partnership and Zero Carbon Capital
Best Journalist or Advocate – sponsored by SFC Capital
To be Announced
Spirit of EIS – sponsored by Kin Fund Services
Deepbridge Capital, Hardman & Co, IFA Magazine, Nova Growth Capital, Oxford Capital, Parkwalk, Seedlegals and Zero Carbon Fund
EISA Impact Award – sponsored by Exact Libris
Calculus Capital, Committed Capital, Haatch Ventures, Mercia, Par Equity, Parkwalk and Triplepoint
Best EIS Investment Manager – sponsored by Mainspring Fund Services
Calculus Capital, Deepbridge Capital, Mercia, Par Equity, Parkwalk, Praetura Ventures, Seneca and Symvan Capital
We are always seeking to improve our awards and have therefore freshened up both our awards categories and our judging criteria to encourage a greater diversity of entrants and winners and a transparent judging process.
We have a stellar judging panel again this year with a wide variety of experience from across the EIS and small business industry who independently assess entries and determine winners based on merit alone.
On 7th October (7-9:30pm) if all goes to plan, our chairman, Lord Howard Flight, will once again be hosting us we hope at The Cholmondeley Room in The House of Lords. If we are unable to host an event at the House of Lords physically, we will revert to an online awards as per 2020.
The Awards are now closed
Thank you to our sponsors (sponsorship slots are still available so contact us if you are interested)