About Us

Oxford Capital helps companies grow.

We work closely with talented entrepreneurs to provide the capital, expertise and support they need to turn outstanding innovation into highly-successful businesses. We have invested in more than 40 companies, operating in industries ranging from digital media to sustainable agriculture and medical technology.

Our infrastructure team invests in real assets, with a focus on renewable energy. We develop long-term partnerships with developers to complete projects which generate long-term, index-linked yields for investors.

Oxford Capital currently manages capital on behalf of private investors, family offices, endowments, pension funds and other institutional investors.

We structure our investments to meet the diverse needs of our clients. For private clients, we have created a series of investment products providing tax advantages, including Enterprise Investment Scheme and Inheritance Tax reliefs. For institutional investors we manage both growth and income investment programmes.

If you would like to discuss any of our programmes for institutional investors, please contact Sachin Bhatia.

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Our investment strategies

Investing tax-efficiently

Our products for private clients

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Awards

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Best EIS Fund Manager 2013, 2012, 2010 and 2006

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Winner 2013 and 2005 - Venture Capital House of the Year

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Winner in 2012 and 2013 - Investor of the Year

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Finalist in 2013 - Exit of the Year

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Blog

Digital Media. Continued relevance for investors?

Martyn Holman - Tuesday, July 28, 2015

The Venture Capital industry's interest in digital media has cooled off recently. But there are still good reasons to be interested in the sector.  Read more ›

How distributed energy can help address the UK's power 'trilemma'

Oxford Capital - Thursday, July 16, 2015

Distributed energy offers the potential for high investor returns whilst addressesing the energy 'trilemma' of security, sustainability, and affordability.  Read more ›

Mobile gaming. Under-invested. Under-valued?

Martyn Holman - Monday, July 06, 2015

The proliferation of mobile phone usage and the move to 'freemium' gaming business models has created opportunities for tech investors.  Read more ›