Oxford Capital Growth EIS – manager interview
Tom Bradley, a 17-year veteran of UK early-stage venture capital, leads the Ventures team at Oxford Capital. Their Growth EIS fund aims to back companies led by ambitious entrepreneurs in sectors where the UK has a competitive advantage – solving commercial, technological or scientific problems in innovative ways. Oxford Capital typically invests at the first institutional round for these early stage businesses.
What kind of results does the Growth EIS aim to achieve for investors? What are some examples of companies recently invested in, and why? Is there bubble in early-stage technology company valuations? How risky is the portfolio? And how soon should investors expect to hold shares before they start seeing returns? Alex Davies, founder and chief executive of Wealth Club, interviews Tom Bradley to find out.
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Oxford Capital Growth EIS
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