Tim Murphy

Tim is a director of and shareholder in Seneca. Tim commenced his finance career with Barclays in 1983 before joining County Natwest in 1990. In 1993, Tim joined The Royal Bank of Scotland and later became Joint Managing Director of their Mid-Cap Structured Finance business. In 2005, he was hired by Deloitte (Manchester) as a corporate finance partner and, after a successful spell, joined HBOS as UK Managing Director Large Corporate in 2008. Tim joined Seneca in 2012 from NorthEdge Capital, where he was a founder partner of the business.

Tim has been a continuous member of the credit and investment committees at Seneca, and has played a key role in the development of Seneca’s debt and private equity businesses including the growth capital investments made by the Seneca EIS Portfolio Fund. Tim has been involved in all of Seneca’s growth capital EIS investments since joining in 2012.

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Seneca Growth Capital VCT plc’s investments include holdings in private companies which are small and which carry an above-average level of risk to capital and whose shares may not be readily marketable. It also invests in companies quoted on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) which is generally for smaller, emerging companies and carries a higher level of risk to capital than the main market of the LSE.  The past performance of Seneca Growth Capital VCT plc is not a guide to the future performance.

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