Paul Moravek

Co-Founder

Paul has many years of investment banking, equity and debt investment and business startup experience. He started at J.P. Morgan and Merrill Lynch, where he led UK and multinational corporate financings. He holds several board positions and has successfully launched and backed numerous startup businesses. 

 

RECENT POSTS FROM Paul Moravek

Rewarding entrepreneurship: The new Enterprise Bill at a glance

You may have seen the take-outs from the Queen’s Speech in the news, but what are the nuts and bolts of the new Enterprise Bill that was mentioned?

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EIS is now mainstream investing – and should stay that way

Its is truly great to see the recent data from HMRC that in 2014 a total of £1.4 billion was invested in companies who qualified under the government’s Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS). Under this scheme, investors can benefit from 30% tax relief, loss relief, absence of capital gains tax and inheritance tax.

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What to remember when investing in growing businesses

VentureFounders Founder, Paul Moravek shares his 5 top tips for investing in crowd funding and how he approaches growth opportunities.

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September Portfolio Updates

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July Portfolio Updates

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