In January 2016, BGF reported a record month with £50m invested in one month alone in time for its fifth birthday in May. Two of these investments include £6.7m into waste recycling firm, Total Recycling Services, and £2m into Castleton Technology. Here, Rebecca Burn-Callander from the Daily Telegraph talks to BGF chief executive, Stephen Welton, on BGF’s latest investments and their plans to actively target Aim-listed firms that are in the market for investment.
BGF reports record January with £50m invested in one month – Daily Telegraph
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