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Client Spotlight: Ruffena Capital

Ruffena Capital is a full-service 21st-century equity investment broker for growth businesses and investors. It advises on both debt and equity fund raises from funds, private investors and the ‘crowd’. Ruffena also works with early-stage companies to make their businesses investable. It was formed in 2013 by a team of advisers exiting Beer & Partners, the UK’s largest and oldest angel network.

Ruffena Capital is a full-service 21st-century equity investment broker for growth businesses and investors. It advises on both debt and equity fund raises from funds, private investors and the ‘crowd’. Ruffena also works with early-stage companies to make their businesses investable. It was formed in 2013 by a team of advisers exiting Beer & Partners, the UK’s largest and oldest angel network.

Based in London, the premier destination for early-stage fund raising in Europe, Ruffena is already an established part of the investment ecosystem, and is currently engaged in 50 transactions both sourcing funds for businesses and funding opportunities for investors. Interest from investors and investees is keen, buoyed by the financial upturn, attractive local tax breaks and a desire to blend debt and equity capital.

According to Robin Rowland Hill, Ruffena’s co-founder, “combining equity investment with debt instruments is the ideal solution for many businesses, giving both the company and its backers the right balance of risk and reward. We are interested in talking to further investors and entrepreneurs about how we can help them.”

The founders retained Keystone to set up Ruffena, and Keystone continues to work both for Ruffena and Ruffena’s clients on a range of corporate matters and fund raisings.

Investors are invited to Ruffena’s next funding event on Thursday 23 January. Click here to request a place. Or for further details, investors should click here and entrepreneurs should click here.

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