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Performance data

The Mercia EIS Fund performance illustrates venture capital fund traits, with early failures before significant value creation.

Portfolio valuation graph (March 2019)

Performance is based on the combination of realised and unrealised value. These valuations are produced in accordance with the International Private Equity and Venture Capital Valuation Guidelines (IPEVCVG).

Mercia operates a fail fast policy, whereby we will not support failing companies. Where a company fails, we will write to investors confirming this as soon as possible so that they can claim their loss relief.

All EIS and SEIS investments should be treated as a long-term investment. Especially where the underlying assets are early-stage technology companies, as these can take a long time to deliver value.

Early funds have started to make distributions, realised by a combination of traditional stock exchange sales and sales via Mercia's Share Exchange. For more details, please contact enquiries@merciatech.co.uk.

Investor Centre

Mercia EIS Fund investors have access to a wealth of information in Mercia's Investor Centre, you can find out more using this link.

Case studies

You can read more about Mercia EIS Funds from our case study section of the website which is accessible here.

Risk Warnings

Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. The value of an investment may go down as well as up, in which case an investor may not get back the amount invested. Investments in small unquoted companies carry an above-average level of risk. These investments are highly illiquid and as such, there may not be a readily available market to sell such an investment.

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