Event Series: Entrepreneurial Finance Stories

Dr. Juanita González-Uribe, Associate Professor in Finance and FMG Co-Director for Financing the Real Economy, chats with some of entrepreneurial finance's most in-demand names.

This event series focused on the role of finance in the entrepreneurial journey with the aim of improving our understanding of the role of early-stage financiers in the start-up and scale-up of new ventures.

Discussions touched on research topics such as the types of constraints that limit the start and growth of new companies, and the role of specialised financiers, as well as policy, in mitigating them.

The events are open to the public and free to attend - and video recordings, where available, can be viewed below.


Founders and Venture Capital Portfolio Economics. 8/2/23

Speaker: Joel Perlman (OakNorth)

Venture Capital and Generative AI. 13/2/23

Speaker: Eze Vidra (Remagine Ventures)

Venture Capital and Generative AI Venture Capital and Generative AI
Eze Vidra discusses the paths to venture capital investment, venture partnerships, Reimagine Ventures’ investment thesis, venture capital and generative AI: are we at the dawn of a new AI-powered start-up boom?

The Power Law: Venture Capital and the Art of Disruption. 27/2/23

Speaker: Sebastian Mallaby (Council on Foreign Relations)

The Power Law: Venture Capital and the Art of Disruption The Power Law: Venture Capital and the Art of Disruption
Sebastian Mallaby and Juanita González-Uribe discuss the origins of the venture capital industry in the US, venture capital as an engine of economic growth, its limitations and new frontiers, the changing power dynamic between entrepreneurs and investors, and London as a top city of venture capital investment.

The Silicon Valley Bank Implosion and the Future of Venture Markets. 20/3/23

Speakers: Sonia Benhamida (Kreos Capital), Dom Hallas (Coadec), Felda Hardymon (Bessemer Venture Partners), Joel Perlman (OakNorth)





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