At Current Capital, we all come to work every day because we like what we do.

It's really that simple.

In order to keep enjoying what we do and so that our customers, partners and all parties involved do too, we've got a couple rules. If you can get on board with these then let's talk (or email).

If not, then absolutely no problem, there are other places you can go where maybe you will find a better fit.

And we won't hold a grudge, honest!


 

OUR UNBREAKABLE RULES

 

RULE 1

NO A--HOLES

1. Being an a--hole is not acceptable
2. We won't accept a--holes as clients, introducers or employees
3. We will never be a--holes

LIFE IS TOO SHORT...
NO A--HOLES ALLOWED.


RULE 2

TURN THE TURTLES

A struggling customer is like a turtle on its back. It is always our responsibility to put them back on their feet. Nobody likes to feel like they don't have support, so we ensure they do.

RULE 3

THE ELVIS PELVIS

Pushing the limits on the industry norms is a good thing. We believe in doing things differently. We shake it up, like Elvis did. We just skip the "Fat Elvis" part.

If you feel that you can get on board with these (or you just like the idea of them!) we'd love to have a coffee (or your chosen beverage) and listen to your ideas.

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Rebecca Roberts

Founding Partner

Honest, she isn't always that angry at her computer!
Rebecca's background is in Venture Capital and Accounting. As a qualified accountant, Rebecca is responsible for making sure that the figures stack up. She's also the sense check for everything that flows into the office.
Rebecca's spare time is entirely taken up with her little one, her bigger one (the dog!) and thinking about "all you can drink Prosecco". Too bad the previous two take up so much time she can't be doing too much of the third.

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Kris Bolton

Founding Partner

While Rebecca is the brains of the operation, Kris is the lunatic
Kris' background is in Financial Services (for his sins) and is often the one who is saying "Well if we did this..." around the office. Problem solving and creative ideas are his forte
If you speak to Kris, don't mention him being American - Canadians hate that!
In his spare time you'll probably catch him watching the NFL, out with his dog or enjoying proper pancakes with real maple syrup.