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Capricorn Fund Managers to acquire significant interest in Robert Quinn Consulting

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Robert Quinn Consulting Limited (RQC) and Capricorn Fund Managers Limited (CFM) have strengthened their long-standing partnership with CFM taking a significant interest in RQC.

RQC is a leading compliance consulting and advisory firm founded in 2007, with offices in London and New York. It has extensive experience of FCA, SEC and CFTC compliance. CFM is part of the Capricorn Capital Group (Capricorn), an international family office with offices in London, Johannesburg and Hong Kong. Capricorn has a long and successful history in backing high-quality teams in a range of alternative investments.

CFM and RQC already have a partnership through their joint venture, Capricorn Regulatory Hosting, a platform bringing together the alternative investment management experience of CFM and the compliance consulting expertise of RQC, a unique combination in the space.

The new investment, which is subject to FCA approval, will allow RQC to use CFM’s skill base and experience to support the growth of RQC’s US compliance consulting offering, the regulatory hosting platform and finally, the development of a wider online training offering.

CFM’s co-owners Darryl Noik, Chief Operating Officer, and Jonty Campion, Business Development Director, says: “There has been a long-standing relationship between RQC and CFM. As a client firm, RQC helped CFM to institutionalise our business by providing us with the right tools we needed to succeed. When we were approached by Robert to form a more formal partnership, where we could also offer our expertise to help him expand the rest of his business, it seemed like a natural evolution to our existing working relationship. We share the same values and principles as Robert and his team, when it comes to operating a business and we enjoy working with likeminded people.”

Robert Quinn (pictured), founder of RQC, says: “I have a long-term working relationship with CFM and respect their principles, culture and values. Most importantly they understand first-hand, the importance of ensuring our core product and way of doing business is not compromised as we move forward together. With our recent joint venture, our interests became more aligned and I feel that this new step is more a natural evolution of our relationship than a change. I will remain as CEO of RQC and we will be working collaboratively to grow the business. I very much look forward to our future working relationship together.“

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