FDs & CFOs at Investee Companies - Working with PE
Please note that this course is running digitally and will follow the below format:
Session 1: 24 March (09.00-12.30)
Session 2: 25 March (09.30-12.45)
This is a practical and interactive course dedicated to FDs/CFOs of private equity-backed firms. Using case studies, shared experiences and the latest technical requirements, the course will examine the fundamental skills expected of an FD including debt structuring, valuations and preparing for an exit.
Clive’s venture capital career has spanned 30 years, the vast majority of which being with Lloyds Development Capital (LDC), one of the major players in the UK mid-market. During his time with LDC Clive opened a new regional office as well as heading the London team. Before entering the VC industry Clive qualified as a chartered accountant and completed an MBA at London Business School.
Since leaving LDC Clive has been a director of Finance Wales plc, the finance subsidiary of the Welsh Assembly Government, and is also currently Chairman of the teleradiology business, Radiology Reporting Online LLP. He has been an advisor to a major UK Hedge Fund and was, for 4 years, Chairman of Lodestone Patient Care Ltd, a thriving digital diagnostics business. His other activities include management coaching and acting as a Course Director for the BVCA.
Clive’s passion is sport, particularly rugby. He played at a senior level for Bridgend and Bristol and says he is still paying for the knocks taken! .
"The course was excellent, covering a wide range of topics with some great speakers. It gave me lots of food for thought."
Simon Harvey, ec3brokers
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