Investment Associate with Scottish Equity Partners
April 14, 2021
Glasgow, United Kingdom
- Glasgow, - London
Professional Services


Rutherford Cross, part of Livingston James Group, is delighted to be partnering with Scottish Equity Partners (SEP) to bolster their investment team.

SEP is one of Europe’s leading technology growth equity firms. They have a successful track record spanning over 20 years and have been ranked as one of the most consistent, top performing venture capital fund managers globally. They specialise in enterprise and consumer-focused software and internet companies and have backed some of Europe’s most exciting businesses including Skyscanner, Mister Spex, Babbel, Dotmatics and Matchesfashion.

Due to continued growth, they are looking to bolster their team at Associate level. There is flexibility over a Glasgow or London base for this role. You will work alongside our experienced investment team to identify and assess technology growth equity opportunities and engage regularly and meaningfully with founders and management teams to help grow and internationalise businesses. Travel across the UK and in Europe forms an essential part of the role.

Candidates must obtain strong financial and commercial acumen but, also portray the right attributes to be successful in such an entrepreneurial, collaborative and dynamic environment. You must be a self-starter, energetic and have a genuine passion for technology whilst, possessing the highest standards of business ethics.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a fast paced, challenging and rewarding working environment, providing ample opportunities for personal and professional development

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