Estate Planning Service
Puma Heritage Estate Planning Service (the “Service”) is an investment solution that aims to provide individual investors with 100% relief from inheritance tax after two years. It invests in private trading companies, including Puma Heritage Ltd, which have a conservative trading strategy focused on secured lending.
Reasons to invest
Long-term sustainable growth
The companies we invest in target a minimum 3% growth per annum over the long term for investors.
Built-in flexibility, so you can top up your investment or set up ad hoc or regular withdrawals at any time, if your circumstances change.
We aim to give clients access to their money within a month of their request. To date, we have never taken longer than a month to process redemption requests.
It is intended that an investment in the Service will be free from inheritance tax, if held for at least two years and at the point of death.
A strong track record
Puma Heritage EPS is advised by Puma Propery Finance, part of Puma Investments, which has arranged over £700m of loans and construction projects with no capital losses.
Puma Heritage Limited, a trading company supported by the Service, has a 7 year track record of delivering returns for investors.
Puma Heritage Limited co-lends alongside a £200m institutional funding line.
What makes Puma Heritage EPS different
Our annual management fee is only paid if an investor achieves a minimum return of 3% per annum over the duration of the investment (or every five years if earlier). If the return achieved is between 2% and 3% per annum, we will rebate part of our fee to the investor so that the 3% minimum return is achieved.
Optional two-year life protection for investors aged up to 90 years and three months. Covering the Business Relief qualifying period, this pays out 40% of the original investment amount on death.
The Service is highly rated by independent research specialist Martin Churchill at Tax Efficient Review.
How the Service works
|Initial:||PROMOTER FEE||1.5%||of amount subscribed|
||ANNUAL ADVISORY FEE||1% plus VAT||deferred and only paid in full if the company achieves a target return of 3% p.a.|
|DEALING FEE||1%||on entry and exit|
Note: The private trading companies are responsible for their operating costs including audit, directors' and administration fees. Puma Investments may receive transaction, monitoring and business support fees from trading companies.
An investment in the Service carries risk and may not be suitable for all investors. Investors can only invest in the Service through a financial adviser who has assessed that an investment in the Service is suitable.
Past performance: Past performance is no indication of future results and share prices and their values can go down as well as up.
Tax reliefs are not guaranteed: Tax reliefs depend on individuals’ personal circumstances and minimum holding periods, and may be subject to change.
You may lose money: An investment in smaller companies is likely to be higher risk than other investments. Investors’ capital may be at risk and investors may get back less than their original investment.
Long-term investment: An investment in the Service should be considered a long-term investment.
Potentially illiquid investment: Private trading company shares are illiquid. They are characterised by significant spreads and low trading volumes. It may prove difficult for investors to realise immediately or in full proceeds from the sale of such shares.
Life protection: Life protection for the Puma Heritage Estate Planning Service is subject to certain conditions, if these conditions are not met in full then Puma Investments will not be paid out and so no payment will be made to beneficiaries.
Our digital application form process
To ensure our application process continues without interruption during this time, we have expanded our use of DocuSign across our entire product range. DocuSign allows all applications to be completed digitally without the need to print, scan and post.If you or your clients would prefer to complete a handwritten application, we are also happy to accept scans, provided we are still sent the hardcopies for record-keeping. Either follow the process below, or to discuss finding a process that works for you, please contact your local BDM, via email here, and they’ll be more than happy to assist.
- To receive an application form via DocuSign, please request a secure link from your usual business development contact, or call us on 0207 408 4070.
- Alternatively if you've got signed application forms printed and ready to go, simply scan or clearly photograph them on your smartphone and email them to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The original print copies should be sent through to us as soon as practicable thereafter for the investment to be allotted.