Start up support is on the way – £500m future fund

by | May 19, 2020

The Treasury has released further details of the £500m Future Fund, a bailout package for fast-growing start-ups.

As of Wednesday 20 May, start-ups which have previously received £250,000 in equity from third-party investors will be able to access convertible loans of up to £5m from the Government. Most of the loans will convert into equity on a company’s next funding round.

Applicants must be able to match the Government funding with outside investment.

The package will allow Enterprise Capital Funds – partnerships between the British Business Bank and private venture capitalists – to be involved in the scheme, although backers that use the Enterprise Investment Scheme tax relief will not be eligible due to state aid restrictions in Europe.



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