London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 20, 2013 -- Enterprise Private Equity features the Allenbridge Tax Shelter Report of Three Stones Media EIS Fund on their website. The Three Stones Media EIS Fund offers an exclusive opportunity to invest in the production of animated television programme for children. The opportunity includes investing in an Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) in the twice BAFTA nominated Rastamouse. The venture provides the added advantage of a tax credit, which was solely enjoyed by the filmmakers. The homepage of the website now comprises of this detailed report.
Enterprise Private Equity has been undertaking multi-dimensional work across a number of sectors for capital raising and promotion, fund management, support services to EIS companies, mergers and acquisitions, and enterprise administration services. This niche operator is specialising in equity fund-raising and corporate finance for small unquoted companies. The emphasis is on the Enterprise Investment Scheme.
The Three Stones Media EIS Fund should attract investors who have a conservative approach to television programme making. This portrays that it is an attractive option for the prospective investors of EIS scheme. Rastamouse has been on the continuous scheduling by the BBC ever since its first transmission of completed episodes. This soon became the most watched CBeebies programme on BBC iPlayer. The company signed deals for international distribution, international licensing, and merchandising contracts.
The Fund will either be invested in companies that have been commissioned by the renowned broadcasters or in existing programmes that have already been produced. The investment will be limited to those companies with growth potential through multiple revenue streams like DVD and programme merchandise.
The Fund is already in agreement to invest the first £3million raised in The Rastamouse Company. This amount is expected to be put towards the production of the two further series of the highly successful animation which has already been commissioned by BBC. There are multiple reasons why it is an attractive investment solution. The popularity of this children's television programme makes it an excellent investment solution. Lately, the UK government has announced the plans to introduce tax incentives for the production of animated programmes. This will be an added advantage to the investors.
The base and high care returns of this Enterprise Investment Scheme UK are at 121p and 332p respectively, while the target returns have been estimated at a mid-case return of 182p for every net 70p invested. These returns are exclusive of the government tax benefits which is due to be implemented. The investment release is scheduled within three and five years by the way of trade sale, admission to AIM or sale of the assets. This EIS Investment is set to close either on the full subscription of £10 million or on 25 March 2013. The investors should take a note that minimum investment will be Â£10,000, with an upward increment of £5,000. For further information, visit http://www.enterprisepe.com/enterprise-investment-scheme.php.