We are delighted to announce that Tom Bradley has been promoted to the newly-created role of CEO at Oxford Capital. Tom joined the firm in 2015 as head of its Venture Capital strategy and has been a Partner in the firm since 2016. Prior to Oxford Capital he enjoyed a successful career in venture capital investing as a Partner with both DN Capital and Draper Esprit.
In addition to this new role, Tom Bradley will continue to lead the firm’s venture capital activities.
Oxford Capital Founder Partner, David Mott, will take on a new role as Head of Expansion, to develop the firm’s specialist investment strategies and serve its growing base of institutional, family office and private client investors.
Founded in 1999, Oxford Capital manages a range of specialist investment programmes which include venture capital, infrastructure, real estate and media.
CEO, Tom Bradley said: ‘I initially joined Oxford Capital for the opportunity to lead the Venture Capital team. I am proud of the work we are doing and determined that we maintain the positive momentum we have built up in both our ventures and infrastructure businesses. I am also delighted that I am able to build on this experience to lead Oxford Capital in its next phase of growth. We have a great platform to build on as we partner with entrepreneurs, investors and business-builders across all of our strategies to deliver investment returns for our clients.’
Founder Partner, David Mott said: ‘Tom’s appointment reinforces our commitment to keeping investment management and performance at the heart of the business. He has an excellent track record and brings his extensive experience of working with high growth businesses to the leadership of Oxford Capital. I look forward to working with Tom on the growth of the company’s investment offering and client base.’
Chairman, Ted Mott said: ‘We are delighted to see one of the firm’s talented team take on the leadership role. Tom has great experience of our firm, and the staff hold him in high regard. We are well positioned to serve the needs of our clients in the future.’