Master Investor Events

Master Investor Events connect private investors directly with companies they can invest in.

Master Investor annually host their flagship event, ‘The Master Investor Show’, introducing private investors to a day filled with networking opportunities, presentations and professional guidance from the leading companies and best experts within the financial and investment sectors. Covering various industries, this event caters to a wide audience and is definitely not one to be missed.

To cater to bespoke and specific industries, Master Investor also host a series of ‘In Focus’ events, aiming to target a niche audience. These smaller events are hosted in the evenings and often take a more interactive approach. These panel discussions provide investors direct answers to their questions and the best advice for building an investment portfolio.

Master Investor Show 2025

The UK’s largest event for private investors

29 March 2025, London

What can you expect?
Take a look at the highlights from Master Investor Show 2024:

Private investors seeking opportunities

100 exhibitor spaces

Expert speakers across multiple stages

Join us, along with other investors, leading companies and top CEO’s from a variety of industries. Watch keynote talks, presentations and interactive panel discussions. Have the opportunity to network and meet the companies you want to invest in, face-to-face.

Upcoming events & webinars

Get the lowdown on the latest investor events & webinars from Master Investor

Master Investor Sector Focus: AI Technology

19 September 2024

Master Investor Sector Focus: AI Technology

Master Investor Sector Focus: The EV Economy

17 October 2024

Master Investor Sector Focus: The EV Economy

Master Investor Show 2025

29 March 2025

Master Investor Show

Past events & webinars

Get the lowdown on past events & webinars from Master Investor and our partners

Small Cap Awards Nominees: Meet the Leading Lights of Aquis Stock Exchange

5 June 2024

Small Cap Awards Nominees: Meet the Leading Lights of Aquis Stock Exchange

The Aquis Stock Exchange makes a point of championing entrepreneurship, investment and growth, and this is very much reflected in a particularly strong set of nominees for this year’s Small Cap Awards. This webinar will provide an overview of AQSE and give investors and advisors the chance to hear from and interact with the senior management of the nominees for the Aquis Award.

22 May 2024

Cavendish building a profitable platform in tough markets

Created by the 2023 merger of finnCap and Cenkos Securities, Cavendish Plc’s (LON: CAV) remit as the U.K.’s newest investment house is a large one. 

Joint chief executive Julian Morse describes the business as a ‘full service investment bank’.

“We do everything from the equity capital market side. Look after companies as their brokers, help them raise money, produce research on all of our companies and others in the market, financial advice, but also go right across the spectrum to working with private companies.”

In addition to Cavendish having highly regarded M&A and debt advisory departments, it also has one of the AIM market’s largest equity capital markets tech team.

Tech in all its forms of MedTech, FinTech, MediaTech ad infinitum is one sector that contributes to the myriad small-cap growth companies that are the backbone of the U.K. economy and the ones that Cavendish is keen to support.

Cavendish is however firmly sector agnostic with a laser like focus on supporting small and medium enterprises. The ones that Morse says “foster innovation, entrepreneurialism and effectively give the economy a huge boost”.

Cavendish itself fosters not just innovation, but loyalty keeping all of its client facing personnel and retaining ‘all of that talent’ after the combination of the two brokers which Morse describes as a true merger.

The company is now hiring as it expands ‘cautiously’. By virtue of the business it is and as a listed entity, Cavendish is chasing results deploying “a platform that can be profitable, even in very tough markets”.

Cavendish has been nominated as Broker of the Year in the 2024 Small Cap Network awards.

16 May 2024

Seraphim: pushing the frontiers of space tech investing

As the world’s first listed space tech fund, Seraphim Space Investment Trust has a first mover advantage in a sector that is starting to get crowded.

Private equity, sovereign wealth funds and climate-related funds are now appreciating what Seraphim had predicted years ago in that space tech provides the utilities required for sustainability, digitisation, climate protection and national defence.

Managing director and chief executive Mark Boggett says with its 126 strong space tech company portfolio Seraphim is “the most prolific and most active investor in the space market”.

He talks about how economies are intrinsically linked to space related activities. “If you were to switch off the satellites”, he says, “the loss to the U.K. over seven days would be $7 billion.”

Boggett says the industry globally is worth $450 billion a year, and a few of the companies in Seraphim’s portfolio have already achieved single digit billion dollar valuations and “there’s plenty of scope for them to be valued in tens of billions and beyond during the course of the next few years and we believe that there is evidence they are heading in that direction”.

He and his team aspire to, and are accustomed to big numbers and big concepts.  Chairman Will Whitehorn was a founding member of Virgin Galactic and advisor to Sir Richard Branson as was Seraphim’s Richard McCall. The roll call of entrepreneurial greats is a force that is strong within the company and includes Maureen Haverty, who was COO at space startup Apollo Fusion that was acquired for $145M. 

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