The Atlantic Screen Media Fund is a discretionary managed portfolio service that uses the team’s experience to invest in EIS-qualifying companies operating in the media and entertainment industries. Initially the Fund will focus on three clear segments – Music Scores for Film and Television, Comic Books and TV series development. Other sectors, such as video games, may be included at a later date. Investment funds will be used to subscribe for shares in companies operating predominantly in these segments of the industry. We have chosen companies and partners that we believe are at the forefront of the focused sector that they specialise in.
Our aim is to focus on creating portfolios for investors which have asset backing and solid income streams, whilst also benefiting from favourable tax reliefs which are supported by the UK Government.
The Atlantic Screen Media Fund is a discretionary managed portfolio service that uses our expertise to provide compelling investment opportunities that meet the strict EIS investment criteria.
Our service will invest into EIS qualifying companies including comic book companies, music publishing companies and television production companies. We have chosen companies that we believe are at the forefront of the focused sector that they specialise in.
Potential Investment Pipeline and Focus:
Our comic book partners provide investors with the opportunity to access IP at the ground floor. Working with experienced comic book developers we intend to develop new comic IP’s initially as traditional comics and then to exploit those IP’s as games, VR titles, film and television series.
Television Series Development
Our television series development partners help creators reach a global audience. Producers need to finance and facilitate the development of their projects. Broadcasters need constant original programming. Digital platforms need brand defining series.
Our music publishing company is responsible for creating, administering and monetising rights in musical compositions on behalf of musicians, songwriters and composers. Music publishing royalties are the revenues due to the creator of the underlying intellectual property and are generated from a number of sources.