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BGF Quoted

Investing in ambitious listed companies keen to accelerate growth

£ 250 m

invested in quoted companies since 2014


businesses backed


Second most active lead series A funder in the UK

We offer long-term, patient capital, flexible investment structures, and access to a huge network and local support to help fuel your ambitions.

What we provide

When you’re growing, certainty of funds matters a great deal. Whether you’re scaling your operations, expanding into new markets or pursuing a strategic acquisition, BGF Quoted can provide the cornerstone investment to reduce fundraising and execution risk.

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BGF quoted is looking to support ambitious quoted companies fulfil their growth aspirations.

Tom Jenkins and Paul Stevens

The quoted team have over 30 years’ experience working with small cap quoted companies, from both an investing and advisory perspective.

Why BGF?

You stay in control

We only ever invest for a minority equity stake. With a seat on the board, we offer guidance and expertise. The founders always remain firmly in control.

Venture funding

BGF is the most active investor in the UK and Ireland with an evergreen balance sheet of £2.5bn. We’ve invested more than £250m in over 50 early-stage companies.

Flexible patient capital

The unique way we’re funded allows us to be patient. We focus on long-term growth and provide further funding and support as a company continues to grow.

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Broad national vision

We’ve established early-stage champions in each of BGF’s regional offices who act as a lightning rods for opportunities across every region.

We're ready. Are you?

Want to join some of the nation’s most ambitious and successful companies?We’re always looking for the next brilliant business to back.

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