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CIP Principals Fund
CIP is raising up to £5m for its first Principals Fund to facilitate a greater number of initial investments in early stage companies.
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Until now, the CIP Principals used their personal capital to make initial, small scale investments in early stage opportunities, called ‘incubators’. The best-performing incubator investments get elevated to the core portfolio where CIP takes the lead role and raises significant rounds of direct funding from the syndicate.
CIP was founded in November 2017 by Andrew Jenkins and Jeremy Middleton CBE. Prior to managing CIP’s successful portfolio of tech companies, Andrew was involved in financing one of Europe’s largest tech unicorns, Mimecast Ltd [MIME: NASDAQ]. Jeremy is a serial entrepreneur and, most notably, a co-founder of a FTSE 250 company, HomeServe Plc [HSV: LSE]. Both businesses have market caps in excess of $3bn each.
Originator: Conviction Investment Partners
Investment Focus: Equity
About: We are a syndicate of global investors pursuing early stage, SaaS based, disruptive tech opportunities.
Type: Investor Network
Contact Name: Rebecca Roberts
Date established: November 2017
Date Joined Envestry: May 2019
Registered InvestorsUp to 100
Investment through platformOver £100m