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David R. Shaw

Non-Executive Director

Scottish Equity Partners LLP

HQ Phone:  +44 20 7758 5900

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Scottish Equity Partners LLP

29 St George Street

London, Greater London,W1S 2FA

United Kingdom

Company Description

SEP is a leading European venture capital firm with offices in Glasgow and London. It helps entrepreneurs to create and build world-class companies. The investment team, which has been investing together for 15 years, has backed and built world-class companies...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman of Trust

Aberforth Smaller Companies


Director

Step Change Solutions LLC


Finance Director

Tenet Group Limited


Affiliations

Bridgepoint Capital Limited

Founder


Dyslexia Scotland

Chairman


Columba 1400

Trustee On the Board


Inspiring Scotland

Board Member


Education

Heriot Watt University , Edinburgh


Heriot-Watt University , Edinburgh


Web References(28 Total References)


David Shaw - Inspiring Scotland

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David Shaw
David Shaw David Shaw graduated from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh before qualifying as a Scottish Chartered Accountant in 1974. David began his private equity career at 3i in Aberdeen before moving with 3i to the US to establish its US office in 1982. He returned to London in 1987 to head its Management Buy-out business. David joined County NatWest in 1989 to head the private equity division and built a substantial business within the framework of County NatWest plc. In 1998, he raised its first independent fund of €1.6 billion for investment in western European mid-market private companies. In 1999, as Chief Executive and Chairman, he successfully led the Buy-out of the business from NatWest to form Bridgepoint Capital. Since then, Bridgepoint has raised three further funds in excess of €9 billion. David retired from Bridgepoint in December 2009. In addition to his executive career, David has served as Chairman of Aberforth Smaller Companies Trust. He is currently Chairman of Dyslexia Scotland and serves as a Trustee on the Board of Columba 1400. David is also a Non-Executive Director of Scottish Equity Partners and was appointed to the Board of F&C Private Equity Trust plc in November 2009.


Inspiring Scotland

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David Shaw
Inspiring Scotland David Shaw David Shaw David Shaw Director David Shaw graduated from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh before qualifying as a Scottish Chartered Accountant in 1974. David began his private equity career at 3i in Aberdeen before moving with 3i to the US to establish its US office in 1982. He returned to London in 1987 to head its Management Buy-out business. David joined County NatWest in 1989 to head the private equity division and built a substantial business within the framework of County NatWest plc. In 1998, he raised its first independent fund of €1.6 billion for investment in western European mid-market private companies. In 1999, as Chief Executive and Chairman, he successfully led the Buy-out of the business from NatWest to form Bridgepoint Capital. Since then, Bridgepoint has raised three further funds in excess of €9 billion. David retired from Bridgepoint in December 2009. In addition to his executive career, David has served as Chairman of Aberforth Smaller Companies Trust. He is currently Chairman of Dyslexia Scotland and serves as a Trustee on the Board of Columba 1400. David is also a Non-Executive Director of Scottish Equity Partners and was appointed to the Board of F&C Private Equity Trust plc in November 2009.


Advisory Board - Scottish Equity Partners

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David Shaw
David Shaw is former chairman of the European private equity firm, Bridgepoint Capital. Shaw joined Bridgepoint in 1989, prior to which he worked for 15 years at 3i in both the UK and the US. His final position at 3i was as the director of the City Office in London where he was responsible for management buy-outs. Shaw graduated from Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh and is a Chartered Accountant. He is a non-executive director of a number of companies, including Virgin Active, where he is chairman, F&C Private Equity Trust and Molton Brown.


www.sep.co.uk

David Shaw


David Shaw | Columba 1400 - A social enterprise and charity, changing young people's lives.

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David Shaw
David Shaw Member of Audit Committee David Shaw graduated from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh before qualifying as a Scottish Chartered Accountant in 1974. David began his private equity career at 3i in Aberdeen before moving with 3i to the US to establish their US office in 1982. He returned to London in 1987 to head their Management Buy-out business. David joined County NatWest in 1989 to head the private equity division and built a substantial business within the framework of County NatWest plc. In 1998 he raised their first independent fund of €1.6 billion for investment in western European mid-market private companies. In 1999 as Chief Executive and Chairman he successfully led the Buy-out of the business from NatWest to form Bridgepoint Capital. Since then Bridgepoint has raised three further funds in excess of €9 billion. David retired from Bridgepoint in December 2009. In addition to his Bridgepoint activities, David has served as Chairman of Aberforth Smaller Companies Trust and retired in early 2010 but continues to retain the position of Chairman of Dyslexia Scotland, is a Non-Executive Director of Scottish Equity Partners, Glasgow and was appointed to the Board of F&C Private Equity Trust plc in November 2009. A long term friend of Columba 1400, David joined the Board of Trustees in December 2011.


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