The Co-Investor Circle is our network of sophisticated investors, who share our passion for supporting and investing in interesting businesses, with the potential for rapid value growth.
Through the Co-Investor Circle, individuals and family offices can access investments in privately owned companies that would usually only be open to institutional investors, to build their own venture capital portfolio at their own discretion.
When making their investments, members leverage over 50 years of venture capital experience, gaining comfort from Oxford Capital’s due diligence and selection process, and from the same institutional investment terms. After investment, members benefit from our strategic planning and operational value-add to help manage their investment risk and enhance value. Typically we seek to represent investor interests through board seat representation.
Director – Private Clients
When you’re investing in an early stage business, you want to make sure the quality of its management and the industry it’s in give it the greatest chance of success. The Oxford Capital investment team invests in sectors where the UK is considered a world leader, like financial technologies, future of retail, mobility, digital health, online marketplaces, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
We back companies that we believe have the potential to grow rapidly and become very valuable. And often we are backing serial entrepreneurs – people who have already shown that they understand what it takes to build and sell a successful company.
Data as at June 2022
We invest in companies operating in industry sectors which lend themselves to rapid growth.
An app that makes investments simple and fun.
Tools for turning disparate data into useful information.
Next generation market research platform.
Invests in transformational science and technology from the University of Oxford.
Innovative, plug-and-play occupancy software to help companies understand the usage of public spaces.
Simplifies contract management utilising patented knowledge graph technology.
Digitising the care sector through an app and online dashboard.
Online men’s apparel brand
Online mental health portal.
Sustainable living made simple.
B2C marketplace seeking to minimise long wait times for booking an MRI Scan
Life insurance for those with chronic illnesses.
Robotic fruit and vegetable harvesting.
An online platform for consumers to purchase art direct from the artists.
Hassle-free home energy services
Estimated reading time: 2 min
Due to the potential for losses, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) considers this investment to be high risk.
If you are interested in learning more about how to protect yourself, visit the FCA’s website here.