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Currie's Seneca Partners to raise £5m EIS fund

15th September 2011

Ian Currie, Seneca Partners

Ian Currie, Seneca Partners

DEALMAKER Ian Currie has taken the wraps off Seneca Partners, a new venture offering investment, wealth management and corporate finance advice.

Currie, who left the Manchester-based Zeus Group a year ago, will raise a £5m Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) fund to make investments in exciting small companies.

Currie will split his time across bases in Haydock and Manchester city centre.

He has formed a strategic alliance with long-time associate Norman Molyneux, director of Acceleris - a niche Manc......for the full story register now for free or login below...

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