https://www.repubblica.it/cronaca/2021/ ... 286384093/
The Daily Mail called you a “brilliantly batty heroine of our Jabs Triumph”. How do you feel about that?
“I think it's entirely fine. I don't have any problem with that.”
The word batty is apt, she likes bog snorkelling apparently. Unsure whether that's a summer or winter sport.
Anyway given her success in picking vaccines, I wondered what else she did as she works for a venture capitalist company SV Health Investors, there are several venture capital funds she is involved in, which are out of reach for a normal private investor (minimum investment £5m). However IBT (of the post's title) is a UK AIM company that is investable in. She (Kate) is one of the investment managers on it : https://ibtplc.com/about
It's does not pay a dividend but is low PE of about 6 according to Yahoo finance and the price has not run away with itself.
That was enough for me to invest a small stake 1% of my share portfolio to see how it goes, more to go in if I enjoy owning it. My broker listed off a list of companies they own a stake in, none of which I recognised. So Kate and the low PE (which may be wrong, since I guess investment trusts take profits on their investments sometimes) is pretty much my only reason for investing. Feels OK to be in but time will tell ...