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The Bottom Line - Allocating investment capital

Updated Thursday 28th June 2012

Do deserving businesses get allocated the right amount of investment capital? Evan Davis and guests discuss

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Piles of pound coins Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Dreamstime Is investment capital allocated fairly? More from the series which brings the boardroom into the studio. Evan Davis hosts the business conversation show with people at the top giving insight into what matters.

Evan and his executive guests consider how well the market works at allocating investment capital to the right businesses. Do deserving companies get enough, do the undeserving get more than they should?

Joining Evan in the studio are:

  • Terry Smith, CEO of stockbrokers Tullett Prebon
  • Yossi Vardi, Israeli serial entrepreneur and investor
  • Ken Olisa, chairman of boutique technology merchant bank Restoration Partners

The Bottom Line is broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Thursday, 28 June 2012; it can also be seen on BBC News Channel, BBC World and heard on the BBC World Service. For further broadcast details, and to listen or watch online, please visit





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