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The Investment Committee lies at the pinnacle of the venture firm’s decision making process. Yet it is one of the most poorly researched and understood features of our industry. In most cases they have evolved organically with only anecdotal reference points. They are often closed discussions and can be remote from entrepreneurs or even team members.
This event will de-mystify the investment committee, take a look at it from the perspectives of the entrepreneurs, LPs and investment professionals. How have high performance VCs evolved their processes? What is the latest thinking? Who has thought deeply about this topic?
Please join us for a lively debate and share your insights as we help improve decision making to drive better investment returns.
16.30 Guest arrival
17.00 Welcome and opening comments from Tim Hames, BVCA
17.05 Introduction from David Mott, Oxford Capital17.10 Presentations from Kerry Baldwin, IQ Capital; Chris Barnes, Atomico; Sue Hunter, Frog Capital; and Ross Morrison, Adam Street Partners
17.50 Panel discussion and Q&A, chaired by David Mott, Oxford Capital
18.30 Closing remarks from Tim Hames and drinks
Kerry Baldwin, Managing Partner, IQ Capital
Chris Barnes, Partner & Chief Operating Officer, Atomico
Sue Hunter, Non-Executive Partner & Investment Committee Chair, Frog CapitalRoss Morrison, Partner, Adam Street PartnersDavid Mott, Founder Partner, Oxford Capital & Chair of the BVCA Venture Capital Committee
Macfarlanes20 Cursitor StreetLondonEC4A 1LT
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