The UK's #1 Angel Network (Beahurst, 2018): providing entrepreneurs and investors a gateway to Series-A investment.
“We’re building a range of innovative investment products to unlock this potential; using our insight and influence, our scale and experience to offset some of the risks of early stage investment while coordinating government grants and public sector support to build momentum around these exciting young companies.”
Co Founder/Director of £30m Seraphim Capital VC Fund and £67m Seraphim Space VC Fund. Co Founder and Past Chair of UK Business Angels Association. President Emeritus of European Business Angel Network. Qualified as a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Secretary at Deloitte Haskins & Sells (now PWC).
Venture Partner at Syncona (Wellcome Trust). Previously top rated Innovation Fund Manager in global equities for Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and New Star Asset Management. Degree in Chemistry, King’s College London, MBA Cranfield and CFA Charterholder. Innovation fellow at Cambridge University.
Director at Largent Newton and Hygea VCT. Previous Director at Octopus Investments. Following qualifying as a Chartered Accountant, he worked for KPMG for 13 years.
Has been involved in over 50 Investments since joining in 2011 and currently manages our investment processes. MA (Hons) in Economics and Modern History from the University of St. Andrews and Masters in General Management from Vlerick Leuven Ghent Management School, Belgium. ‘Investor in Residence’ at King’s College London.
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Your capital is at risk. Investing in early stage companies involves risks including loss of capital, illiquidity, lack of dividends and dilution. Neither entity gives tax or investment advice. The availability of tax relief depends on individual investors’ circumstances, and on investee companies’ qualifying status, both of which may be subject to change. If you are in doubt about eligibility for tax reliefs or the tax treatment of your investment, you should seek independent tax advice.