Direct Investments

IT/Software Services

Push Technology.  Founded in 2006, Push is a leading provider of data distribution solutions enabling organizations to deliver efficient, high performance, scaleable web and mobile applications. The company’s flagship product Diffusion™, targets one of the most challenging areas of data communications — the need to communicate efficiently with multiple mobile devices, both standard browsers and other dispersed Internet endpoints, regardless of connectivity or location. Named a Cool Vendor by Gartner in its Application and Integration Platforms report, Leopard Rock has assisted the company raise funds to meet increased demand and further international expansion

Telecom Services

Genesis Technical Systems, founded in 2007 the company is developing the ground breaking DSL Rings® technology that provides high speed internet bandwidth of up to 400 Mb/s over a phone company’s existing copper infrastructure at very low cost. DSL Rings changes the competitive landscape for voice, video and data telecommunications services by enabling superfast Internet bandwidth to rural and urban customers at a fraction of the cost and deployment time of other solutions. Genesis backhaul technology solution for mobile operators mBond is currently undergoing trials with a number of Asian customers.


Seve – The Film We assisted Seve Film Productions Ltd,  in raising £4mn to provide the production finance for the film “Seve”. The film charts Severiano Ballesteros’ journey (from formative childhood to professional golf) in becoming one of the most iconic and compelling figures not only in golf, but in the world of sport.

The Board and creative team of the production company is led by Stephen Evans, a highly respected UK film producer of 15 feature films, 11 of which have received Oscar nominations, with 2 wins. Stephen’s past credits include “Henry V” with Kenneth Branagh, “The Madness of King George” and “Wings of the Dove”. The team also includes Ivan Ballesteros, Seve’s nephew and former manager and vice president of the Seve Ballesteros Foundation, to ensure that both the screenplay and wider film provide an authentic portrayal of his uncle.

The film was released in April 2014.