angelgroups - Sheffield Angel Event

11th March 2019

You are invited to an Angel only session, where we will hear from a range of speakers covering the main process, tax and legal challenges around Angel Investing, combined with a detailed case-study to put everything into context and concluding with a panel of investors taking open questions from the audience.

We hope you can join us for what promises to be a fascinating look into the world of Angel Investing. This event is for both current investors who may wish to join our group and high net worth individuals who may be considering becoming an Angel Investor but wish to know more about how it all works. Date: Wednesday 27th March 2019 Time: Arrive 9:00am for a 9:30am start finishing at 12:30pm Location: Wosskow Brown Solicitors, The John Banner Centre, 620 Attercliffe Road Sheffield S9 3QS Agenda 9:00am Drinks and networking 9:30am Introductions and an overview of Angel Investment 9:50am SEIS/EIS Tax benefits - Knowles Warwick 10:10am Shareholder agreements - Wosskow Brown 10:30am A Bank's perspective - Barclays 10:50am Putting Angel Investment into context case study - Angel Investor 11:05am Q&A 11:20am Drinks and networking 12:30pm Close To register - click here

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