Q&A with angel investor Tim Mills
December 24, 2017
Tim Mills is investment director of the £100m Angel CoFund, which backs early-stage companies alongside syndicates of business angels.
The fund was set up six years ago and is backed by the state-owned British Business Bank (BBB).
It has so far invested £37m in 79 companies, including the recipe box business Gousto, financial technology
start-up Ebury and drug developer Exonate.
Mills, 43, joined Merrill Lynch as a graduate before moving to Barclays Capital. He has also worked for Capital for Enterprise, a forerunner of the BBB. The Angel CoFund typically invests between £100,000 and £1m.
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