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SEIS & EIS investments are complex products, which should be considered as being higher-risk investments and are not suitable for all investors. They may be appropriate as part of a diversified portfolio, giving access to an alternative asset class, but many involve long term investments and as non-readily realisable securities therefore should be considered illiquid and unsuitable for unplanned or early capital withdrawals. They place your capital at risk and the value of them may go down as well as up and an investor may not get back the amount he or she invested. The tax treatment of the investments depends on the individual circumstances of each investor and may be subject to change in future. Investors should seek qualified professional advice before investing. An investment in the Start-up Co. /


  • Investment in Start-Up's carries substantial risk.

  • It is the responsibility of any person outside the United Kingdom wishing to make an application to invest in Aqua Store Ltd. to satisfy himself as to full observance of the laws of any relevant territory in connection therewith.

  • Potential investors should note that investors’ money subscribed to  Aqua Store Ltd will be committed to investments which investors should regard as long term and illiquid.

  • The value of an investment may go down as well as up and an investor may not get back the full amount invested.

  • Investors’ interests are unsecured and rank subordinate to the interests of all creditors.

  • Aqua Store Ltd is not  quoted on any regulated market and, accordingly, there will not be an established or ready market for any such shares. Therefore it may be difficult for an investor to sell shares and investors may receive less than the amount invested.

  • It may be difficult to obtain information regarding how much an investment is worth or how risky it is at any given time and the investor may experience difficulty in realising the investments (for value or at all).

  • It is unlikely there will be any dividend income as start-ups rarely pay dividends.

  • Investments are likely to be subject to dilution, meaning investors’ percentages of portfolio companies will decline as portfolio companies issue new shares to raise further funds.

  • Many early-stage investments are recently formed and will have no substantive operating history upon which prospective investors can evaluate likely future prospects and may be largely dependent on the ability of their directors to deliver against stated investment objectives.

  • Investors should in any case not rely on any past performance as an indicator of  performance.


  • Aqua Store Ltd is not an FCA authorised firm and will not be providing any investment services or undertaking any regulated activities in connection with investments.

  • The Manager, its directors, officers, employees and agents do not accept any liability for any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage suffered by any person as a result of relying on any information or opinions contained herein or in any other communication in connection with an investment in Aqua Store Ltd.


  • The tax treatments of SEIS and EIS schemes depends on the individual circumstances of each investor and may be subject to change in the future


  • The webpages on this site are only intended for release in the United Kingdom and do not constitute an offer, or the solicitation of an offer, in any jurisdiction in which such offer or solicitation is unlawful.



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