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Our team

Conviction is a partnership of like-minded, passionate and diligent professionals. We are a small but dynamic team that values accountability, entrepreneurship and openness.


Meet the team


Andrew is a former hedge fund manager and subsequently the Head of Private Clients at a listed asset management firm in London. He built up his own VC portfolio which included being the lead financier to Mimecast (B2B SaaS cybersecurity) which listed on NASDAQ in 2015. He is a highly experienced VC fundraiser and personal investor and has led Conviction to being one of the biggest direct venture capital groups in the UK.

Andrew Jenkins
General Partner


Will has spent the past 10 years working in venture capital, specialising in Series A+ stages. He joined Conviction VC in January 2022 and is responsible for deal origination, investment process & strategy and portfolio management.

Will Orde


Greg is a CFA charter holder with seventeen years’ experience in the fund management industry, where he was involved in managing both long-only and long-short equity funds across US, UK and European markets. Greg is responsible for distribution and capital raising.

Greg Bennett

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Conviction VC

1 King William Street


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© 2021 Conviction Investment Partners.
Company No. 11087350. Registered Office: 1 King William Street, London, England, EC4N 7AF

Conviction Investment Partners Limited (FRN 797117) is an Appointed Representative of Enterprise Investment Partners LLP (FRN 604439), a firm which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Our investments place your capital at risk and the value of them may go down as well as up and an investor may not get back the amount they invest. Investments in unquoted early stage/small companies and funds that invest in these smaller companies are high risk and you should not invest unless you can afford total loss or if you are likely to require the capital in the near term since such investments can be difficult to realise. Neither past performance nor forecasts are reliable indicators of future results and should not be relied upon. We recommend you seek independent advice before investing.

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