Jane Reoch

Mobeus Director Jane Reoch named as one of the top ten ‘Trailblazing Women in Investment’ by Lightbulb Leadership Solutions

We are very proud to announce that Jane Reoch, Mobeus Investment Director, has been named in the first ever Trailblazing Women in Investment report by Lightbulb Leadership Solutions.

Released today, the report Trailblazing Women in Investment highlights the barriers women in investment face, explores the opportunities presented by fostering more diverse talent in investment, and celebrates ten trailblazers from both sides of the Atlantic, who are making a difference.

Jane joined Mobeus in 2017 as an Investment Director. She sources and executes investments into fast-growing businesses. Recently she has led growth capital investments into: MPB, the UK’s largest online marketplace for photographic equipment; Kudos Innovations, the online platform accelerating the reach of academic research; and Andersen EV, a UK start- up which designs aspirational, sleek electric vehicle charge points.

Having graduated from The University of Edinburgh with a 1st Class Honours in Business Studies, Jane became a Chartered Accountant, then moved into Private Equity in 2007. She was also named a Management Today ’35 women under 35’ in 2015. 

Trevor Hope, Head of Growth at Mobeus, said,

“It is great to see Jane’s talent, hard work and achievements recognised, alongside a cohort of impressive investors. Jane is relentless in the pursuit of ambitious businesses and teams to back, and she’s an aspirational role model within our business, as well as externally.”

12 January 2021

“I’m delighted and honoured to be included on the list. The women featured are doing fantastic work, both delivering investment returns and moving the industry forward. Lightbulb is rightly highlighting the advantages for funds that accelerate gender diversity.” 

Jane Reoch, Mobeus Investment Director

12 January 2021

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