YFM

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AcronymDefinition
YFMYour Favorite Martian (band)
YFMYokohama F. Marinos (Japanese football league)
YFMYa Feel Me
YFMYorkshire Fund Managers (UK)
YFMYouth and Families Matter (UK)
YFMYale Fire Marshal (Yale University; New Haven, CT)
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The company secured "substantial" investment from leading private equity firm Yorkshire Fund Managers (YFM) in December, 2014, as part of a management buyout of the business led by managing director Lee Nicholson.
But earlier this year they launched a pounds 10m interim VCLF, which is a mix of loan and equity support overseen by Liverpool-based Alliance Fund Managers (AFM) and Yorkshire Fund Managers (YFM).
These are likely to include Liverpool-based Alliance Fund Managers (AFM) and Yorkshire Fund Managers (YFM) who are currently operating the pounds 10m interim VCLF.
In July 2005 the North-East corporate team announced it had arranged and underwritten senior debt and working capital facilities, alongside existing equity funding from Yorkshire Fund Managers for Durham-based Hargreaves (UK) to finance the pounds 12m acquisition from UK Coal of the last remaining independent coke production unit in the UK ( Royston based Monckton (correct) Coke & Chemical Co, near Barnsley.
Northern Ventures, Yorkshire Fund Managers, Sand Aire Private Equity and Foursome Investments have all invested in growing Welsh companies.
had worked for Yorkshire Fund Managers, which eventually provided the funding, at the time when the old management team first approached them.
The deal, which also included other venture capitalist trusts managed by Yorkshire Fund Managers, will enable London-based Tamesis, formed by chief executive James Tomlin, to further develop its operations.
Additional investment has come from existing shareholders Northern Venture Managers and Yorkshire Fund Managers.
A chemical and petroleum engineer by training, Barrie joined NEL in 1991 as chief executive, having been managing director of two Berisford plc firms, senior investment manager with Yorkshire Fund Managers and group economist for Ocean Group plc.
This fund, which aims to raise pounds 15 million, is managed by Yorkshire Fund Managers and headed by former Stock Exchange chairman, Sir Andrew Hugh Smith.
An investment director of Yorkshire Fund Managers (YFM), Simon, who holds an MBA from Manchester Business School, has been asked to manage a pounds 9m venture capital fund for the North-West region.
The deal was part backed by the Baring English Growth Fund - a venture capital fund managed by Yorkshire Fund Managers in Leeds.
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