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Green Angel Syndicate has accumulated an enviable track record as an angel syndicate in the fight against climate change. Now it is launching its first Fund, to make a bigger difference in the battle against climate change and global warming.

CEO, Nick Lyth, explains: There is no time to lose. We have to do as much as we can as quickly as we can, and so we are expanding now.
That means we should act now to expand our investment bandwidth, to give more support to the companies innovating to reduce carbon emissions or remove carbon concentrations from the atmosphere.

The Climate Change Fund is a coinvestment fund investing in the deals managed by the Syndicate, and using the same due diligence, the excellence of which has been recognised by the Angel Syndicate of the Year award from the UK Business Angels Association.

Investment in early-stage companies involves risks such as illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of investment and dilution. Even when diversified within a fund, investing in early stage companies carries a higher risk than investing in more established companies. Investment in EIS and SEIS funds should be considered as part of a diversified portfolio.

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