Abundance is approved by the FCA to arrange investments in securities, to distribute to individual
investors, and to offer you corporate finance advice. This means we can handle the entire process of creating the offer, keeping costs down and simplifying the process of getting your investment to market.
We help you to create an investment in your company that will engage with our target market of active investors, which is growing all the time, as well as ensuring it meets the needs of your key stakeholders.
Abundance structures investments as Debentures, a bond-like debt structure which is usually issued by a Plc. Our Debentures don't require you to sell an equity stake in your business or project, and can also allow you to raise venture debt with us to finance the growth of your business.
Our flexible approach allows us to create investment terms that fit the nature and phase of your project, ranging from 1 year construction Debentures, to 20+ year long-term investments for refinancing operational or income-generating infrastructure.
Once the structure has been determined, we will work with you to produce dedicated materials to distribute your offer, including individually illustrated project pages, and a detailed investment Offer Document. The Offer Document is the standalone document containing sufficient information on which a potential investor can make an informed investment decision. We also handle the FCA sign-off of all investor materials.
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.