Technology merchant bank Restoration Partners has closed the first investment to be made through its Restoration Alpha Angels network.
Director pension funds could unlock more than ten times the amount of funding support for small and medium-sized enterprises as the new Business Bank, claims an industry specialist.
The coalition government has published its response to the Kay Review, a study on the UK equity markets.
European venture capital firm DFJ Esprit has exited its investment in Redkite Financial Markets.
Online fundraising platform Kickstarter has launched in the UK after announcing its intentions to do so in July.
Secondary trading platform Sharemark has been acquired by Asset Match and will now be re-branded.
Venture capital firm Albion Ventures has launched the Albion VCTs Top Up Offers as it looks to raise £15 million.
Online pawnbroker borro has netted its third round of investment and secured Canaan Partners as a backer.
RCapital portfolio business Morses Club has closed its second acquisition in four months as the business continues it return from administration.
A Series C funding round for Kabbage has seen it net a further $30 million (£18.5 milion) of growth capital.
Ahead of his keynote speaker role during the Finance 2.0 section of this year's Tech Tour Solutions, Anthemis Group founder Sean Park tells GrowthBusiness why he sees so much promise in the space and why Tech Tour resonates with his investment firm.
Despite the difficulty UK businesses experience in securing growth capital, 70 per cent of the population is willing to back British businesses.
ATM business NoteMachine has been sold by turnaround investor Rutland Partners after a six-year investment.
Anthemis Group has joined forces with a Boston-based venture capital firm and pool of investors to back Movenbank.
Ahead of GrowthBusiness' profile of Stephen Welton, CEO of the Business Growth Fund, appearing next week, we speak to him about how the private equity and venture capital world has changed during his career.
A pack of increasingly aggressive competitors is snapping at the heels of the big high-street names, who have a job on their hands to regain public trust.
Venture capital funds are on track to better the fundraising mark set in 2011, new findings show.
US-based crowdfunding platform Kickstarter is planning to launch in the UK in the autumn.
There are more inactive 'shell' companies on London's markets than at any time since the London Stock Exchange tightened its rules in 2006.
In The Simpsons plenty of characters start their own business: so what can others looking to do the same learn from their experiences?
Productivity is all over the media as the biggest challenge for UK business: but are people missing a trick by not pinning down their customer engagement?
The recent heavyweight legal fight between the European Commission and Google has thrown up a lot of questions around competition law...
The gap in businesses’ measurement of customer experience means they don’t know what customers really want, research finds