Tech start-ups, IPO listings, and public borrowing


On today’s show, we’ve got the latest reports about potential cutbacks at fund manager abrdn.

Ian King speaks to Carina Namih, partner at Plural, about a new €400m (£342m) fund to back the next generation of start-ups.

Yoko Spirig, co-founder and chief executive of Ledgy, discusses research showing almost three-quarters of UK tech companies would prefer to launch their initial public offerings in the UK over any other destination.

Plus there’s the latest on UK public borrowing figures, and trading updates from Primark’s owner Associated British Foods.

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