Being based in Cambridge has its advantages. For Cantab Capital Partners, taking its name from ‘Cantabrigia’, the medieval Latin name for Cambridge, emphasised its links to the university. For Ewan Kirk, chief investment officer, CEO and partner at Cantab, the association is essential.
“If you’re going to make a factory, it’s always good to make it next to your raw materials. Our raw materials are super-smart, super-bright people and being based in Cambridge means that it’s a great place to
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