AIM listed Braveheart Investment Group has announced today that they are partnering with Seedrs to use their platform to source equity crowdfunding investments. The partnership ends a previous relationship Braveheart had with CrowdCube that began in December 2014. When initially working with CrowdCube, the two firms were part of a UK government objective to invest in City of London companies. Receiving funds from the London Co-Investment Fund and private investors, Braveheart was tasked with investment the capital in companies utilizing CrowdCube to crowdfund.
With the move today, Seedrs becomes the platform of choice for Braveheart to invest third-party funds that are earmarked for crowdfunding investment.
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Geoffrey Thomson, Braveheart Chief Executive, commented about the change in an announcement to shareholders that “Seedrs has the highest set of regulatory approvals and the same high investment standards as our own. We are delighted to be investing in Seedrs’ best prospects and to be bringing it investment opportunities in our portfolio which comprises around 150 companies.”