Jon Moulton

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Jon Moulton is a founder of Private Equity firm Better Capital.[1]

He donated £50,000 to Liam Fox at the beginning of 2010, and also contributed funds at the beginning of 2006.[2]

Biographical Information

"Former Managing Partner of Alchemy, Jon also previously worked with Citicorp Venture Capital in New York and London, Permira and Apax.

"Jon is a trustee of the UK Stem Cell Foundation. He is a very active angel investor. He is non-executive Chairman of FinnCap, the stockbroker and has recently been appointed a member of the Advisory Board for the £1.4bn UK Regional Growth Fund." [3]


On 23 November 2011, Jon Moulton appeared on the BBC Newsnight program to discuss the British government's economic policy. He argued in favour of axing social spending/spending in general; he also argued in favour of "employment flexibility".[6]

External Resources


  1. James Blitz, Elizabeth Rigby and Kiran Stacey, Doubts grow over how Fox pursues his goals,, 13 October 2011.
  2. ibid.
  3. Jon Moulton, Better Capital, accessed November 25, 2011.
  4. People, Verdi Semiconductor, accessed November 25, 2011.
  5. Centre for Policy Studies Board, organizational web page, accessed April 11, 2013.
  6. BBC Newsnight 23 Nov 2011 (link temporarily available)
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