The Master Investor Show is the UK’s leading event for private investors. This year, for obvious reasons, it’s going virtual and we’ll be there (virtually).
Join our team and thousands of other investors on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th December 2020 online. The Master Investor Show is hosted online across two days, giving attendees the flexibility to plan their schedules in advance, joining at any time from anywhere!
- Hear from the UK’s leading entrepreneurs, investors and fund managers about future trends: Jim Mellon will be speaking;
- Visit virtual exhibition booths and chat directly to CEOs of companies in which you can invest: our very-own Phil Newman will be there;
- Chat live with award-winning fund managers and company CEOs, ahead of making investment decisions and engage in panel discussions for thought-provoking experiences and insights.
The First Longevity team, our parent company, will be there: First Longevity brings together innovators and investors to commercialise the companies that will form the Longevity economy.
The global Longevity economy is projected to reach $27 trillion in 2026 – but timing is everything: demystifying the opportunity for investors and innovators, today, is paramount to achieving this growth.
Investing in early-stage businesses involves risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of investment and dilution, and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. First Longevity is targeted exclusively at sophisticated investors who understand these risks and make their own investment decisions. Investment opportunities have not been approved as financial promotions and are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) and you may not have access to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS). If you are in any doubt about the action you should take or the contents of any of the Financial Promotion received, you should contact your stockbroker, solicitor, accountant, bank manager or other professional adviser authorised under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, who specialises in advising on bonds, shares and other securities, including unlisted securities. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. You should not rely on any past performance as a guarantee of future investment performance. Tax relief depends on an individual’s circumstances and may change in the future. In addition, the availability of tax relief depends on the company invested in maintaining its qualifying status.