Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained
ICMA Centre Visiting Fellow Keith Arundale was recently published in the ICAEW’s Finance and Management Faculty’s report on “Growing your business”.
Keith’s article titled “Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained” details how venture capital can provide one of the most tried and tested means of securing funding for business development. Keith notes “Despite some rumours to the contrary, venture capital is alive and well in today’s financing climate.”
The “Growing your business” report is available from www.icaew.com
Keith Arundale is a visiting Fellow at the ICMA Centre and specialises in private equity and venture capital. He lectures on the MSc degree in Corporate Finance with responsibility for the elective module on Venture Capital.
He has also recently been appointed as ICAEW's representative on the Qualification Panel for the Diploma in Corporate Finance of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI).
You can find out more information on the MSc degree in Corporate Finance at the ICMA Centre by following this link.
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