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Oxford Frontier Capital successfully obtains SEIS and EIS advance assurance


"We used Boyd Carson to get EIS for our company. He was excellent; quick to respond, very easy to work with; guided us with patience and got us approval very quickly. He made it seem easy and straight forward. Most importantly dealing with him was absolutely stress free, which is rare in dealing with official paper work. I will strongly recommend him."  Ali Farid Khwaja, Oxford Frontier Capital. 


Oxford Frontier Capital is a research advisory business which provides institutional investors and corporates with advice regarding investing in emerging technologies and emerging markets. The Company conducts research, publishes reports and provides advice on emerging technologies such as Fintech, Blockchain, Artificial intelligence, Quantum Computing and on emerging markets such as the frontier markets of South Asia and Middle East.  


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SEIS and EIS advance assurance.

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Boyd Carson, Sapphire Capital
Boyd Carson, Sapphire Capital
As a partner at Sapphire Capital Partners LLP, Boyd loves to create and manage micro venture capital funds. Sapphire seeks to power your expansion by specialising in venture capital and the SEIS and EIS schemes to grow your company or to help you launch an investment fund. Contact Boyd by email at boyd@sapphirecapitalpartners.co.uk.

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