Buying an investment is always a considered purchase, and we put a lot of effort into understanding our customers so we can ensure your offer is a success. Our team will use our expertise to create dedicated marketing materials, including a bespoke illustrated project page, to sell your project through both online and offline channels.
Our marketing and PR teams create a ‘win win’ narrative for each investment before building a marketing framework to support the raise. This can include content such as dedicated emails, blogs, and project-specific digital and print advertising, as well as a structured PR plan. The result is regular industry and national media coverage and an enthused, engaged investor base.
In November 2016 Abundance became the first company to offer investments through an Innovative Finance ISA, which allows people to use their annual £20,000 ISA allowance to earn tax free returns when they invest with us.
The UK ISA market is huge, with over £608 billion already held in ISA accounts, and an additional £69 billion saved into 11 million accounts last year alone. Choosing Abundance to structure your investment gives you access to that pool of cash, while providing investors with more choice as to how to build their ISA portfolios.
Investors who are saving for retirement can set up an Abundance Pension, a single asset SIPP provided by Gaudi Investment Services Ltd, to hold our investments and create a tax efficient retirement income.customer care and issuer management
We are keen to work with like-minded companies and public sector organisations who want to engage people through a direct investment offer.CONTACT US
Corporate Clients should consider all risks before raising capital through Abundance and take independent advice where necessary. As with any investment product there are risks. For any financing raised, part or all of the investors invested capital may be at risk and any return on their investment depends on the success of the project invested in. Abundance investments may not be readily realisable (and their value can rise or fall). Financing may be secured or unsecured. Estimated rates of return can be variable and estimates are no guarantee of actual return. Specific risks will apply in relation to each financing product.