Ian Currie, the founder of boutique firm, Seneca Partners, talks to Investment Week's editorial director, Lawrence Gosling, about the opportunities to invest in companies being cut out of the traditional banking and finance routes.
How was Seneca Partners formed? I started my career as an accountant at KPMG in the 1980s, but I always wanted to go into stockbroking. I was approached by Apax, the private equity group, to set up...
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