A opportunity to invest in a portfolio of ten pre-identified start-up music companies, each of which will be managed by a world-class artist manager, has already been granted provisional SEIS advance assurance from HMRC and has a clear strategy and route to exit
- a diversified portfolio of investments in ten start-up companies operating in the music industry
- companies that benefit from management teams that include world-class artist managers
- straight forward artist development strategy that benefits from a clear route to exit
- potential revenues from publishing, live performances, merchandising, sponsorship and recordings
- potential for companies to secure Minimum Revenue Guarantees to underpin returns
- investment oversight from a music investment specialist firm with EIS and SEIS experience
- provisional SEIS advance assurance from HMRC that all ten Investee Companies should qualify for tax relief
- priority over capital and assets of Investee Companies upon sale or winding-up thereof
- certainty of capital deployment in the Investee Companies in the 2013/14 tax year
- attractive, targeted, tax free returns of 150p for every 100p invested, excluding all Tax Reliefs
Amplify Music is a collaborative venture between music investment specialists, Amp Channel Music Ltd and the Music Managers Forum Ltd (MMF), the largest representative body of Artist Management in the world.
Artists managed by MMF members include, among many others (please note that these artists will not be signed by the SEIS-qualifying music companies to which this opportunity relates):
- Arctic Monkeys
- Ben Howard
- Bombay Bicycle Club
- Chemical Brothers
- Ed Sheeran
- Franz Ferdinand
- La Roux
- Laura Marling
- Leona Lewis
- Lily Allen
- Mumford and Sons
- Olly Murs
- The Feeling
- The Wombats
- The xx
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RISK WARNINGS AND IMPORTANT INFORMATION
This summary is for Intermediaries only and not for Retail Investors.
This summary does not constitute legal, taxation, investment, or other advice.
Risk warnings are set out in detail in the Information Memorandum and should be considered along with independent financial advice prior to making a decision to invest.