INVESTORS WHO HAVE RECENTLY INVESTED INTO U.K. COMPANIES

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At Match Capital, our twice weekly blog (Tuesdays and Thursdays) monitors and highlights the key players who are actively investing into private companies, and who may be relevant to our SME readers. These key players are drawn from:
  • accelerators (those who actually invest cash!)

  • angel networks

  • corporate investors

  • crowdfunding platforms

  • family offices

  • private equity firms

  • syndicates

  • venture capital funds

We continue daily to profile candidates from each and every one of these groups into our platform, so that when a company seeking equity capital also profiles itself on our platform, our algorithm generates the entire list of investors (over 1000 and rising daily), and ranks each in order of relevance to the company’s investment proposition, in seconds.

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London Co-Investment Fund (Website)                                                                                          London Co Investment Fund

The stated aim of LCIF is not to fund London tech businesses who would have otherwise had no chance of getting funded, but rather to help firms that were already on the route to getting funded, to raise significantly more than they initially would have, so they can have sufficient resources, time and funds to prove their business model. As a result, London based tech startups will be more able to raise their next round of funding, and therefore become the great tech companies that London needs.

Recent noteworthy investment:

http://www.finsmes.com/2017/06/thriva-raises-1-5m-in-seed-funding.html

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Rutland Partners (Website) (LinkedInrutland

Established in 1986 as a public company and becoming a Private Equity fund in 2001, they are investors who focus on special situations and improving performance through operational and financial change. Current Fund £260M. They focus on situations offering addressable challenges rather than any particular sector, although as a rule they normally avoid investments where success is likely to depend on external events rather than controllable actions.

Recent noteworthy investment:

http://www.finsmes.com/2017/06/aston-barclay-receives-investment-from-rutland-partners.html

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Vaibhv Gaur (163 Posts)

Vaibhv is Head of Business Analysis and Data Management at Match Capital. Vaibhv keeps an eye on deals happening in the venture capital industry – tracking the key players to grow our database of investors.


Vaibhv is Head of Business Analysis and Data Management at Match Capital. Vaibhv keeps an eye on deals happening in the venture capital industry – tracking the key players to grow our database of investors.

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