GCP rebrands as Gravis to reflect track record

'Not just another acronym'

Jayna Rana
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Stephen Ellis of Gravis
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Stephen Ellis of Gravis

Gravis Capital Partners (GCP) has rebranded as 'Gravis' in a bid to differentiate itself from similar fund management houses.

The firm has today rebranded itself under the name 'Gravis' and a new company logo - a tortoise - to reflect its track record of slow but steady returns since it launched in 2008. The new logo pays...

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