(Previously Venture Foundation)
This course is CPD Accredited up to 22 learning hours
Early Bird Discount
Book before 25 January to receive an exceptional 20% discount of the course fee.
- Entrepreneurs panel
- Assessing technology risk
- Venture specific case studies
- Business development transformational growth
- Structuring early stage transactions
- VC modelling
- Legal due-diligence
- Articles of association
- Loan notes
- Investment agreements and share options
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This course is a must for all investment professionals working in the venture capital industry. There is no entry requirement, however it is recommended that participants have 6 months industry experience to gain the most from this programme.
All training courses are available to members and non-members of the BVCA. For a full breakdown of training course prices click here.
3 days non-residential
Great introduction to venture capital, would recommend to anyone starting out in the industry
(Daniel Jones, Fidelity Growth Partners)
Excellent introduction to the VC industry combined with the opportunity to meet and learn from others just starting their VC career.
(Chris Padfield, London Business Angels/London Seed Capital)
Very useful course. Great networking opportunity and thought provoking with regard to industry trends and investment processes.
(Sheena Amin, Summit Partners)
Alex van Someren, Amadeus Capital Partners Ltd
Ernie Richardson, Eastwood Langley
Russ Cummings, Imperial Innovations
Graham Mold, Catapult Venture Managers
Simon Walker, David Mardle and Howard Palmer, Taylor Wessing
Matthew Lewis, Osborne Clarke
Mark Boggett, Seraphim Capital/ YFM Group
Barrie Hensby BSc MBA C.Dir CF - Chief Executive, NEL Fund Managers Limited
Barrie joined NEL as Chief Executive in 1991. Before that he had been Managing Director of two Berisford Bristar plc companies and also has extensive experience of venture capital with Yorkshire Fund Managers Limited, where he was Senior Investment Manager.
During his time with NEL and YFM, Barrie has been involved in some 60 equity transactions, mostly in a lead capacity. A chemical engineer by training, Barrie joined Shell from university as a petroleum engineer before becoming Group Economist for Ocean Group plc after obtaining his MBA. He has also run his own business in both manufacturing and consultancy.