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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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




Slush 2015 - Never a better time to be a European entrepreneur

Martyn Holman - Monday, November 23, 2015

On the strength of this year's Slush conference, one of Europe's biggest tech investment events, it's clearly an exciting time for European entrepreneurs to be raising money.    Read more ›

Will your clients be able to purchase EIS-qualifying shares before the end of this tax year?

Will Laws - Sunday, November 01, 2015

Government rule changes mean there will be no more EIS investments in Reserve Power from 30th November 2015. Will another asset class be able to fill the void, or will clients who normally make their EIS investments at the end of the tax year need to start planning sooner?  Read more ›

More to Come: A Self-Reinforcing Cycle in the UK Power Market is Encouraging Further Renewable Generation

Oxford Capital - Wednesday, October 21, 2015

A self-reinforcing cycle is emerging in UK fossil fuel generation, where falling capacity factors are pushing up costs, encouraging more renewables and putting further downward pressure on capacity factors. Such a cycle is supportive for the installation of additional renewable generation.  Read more ›