Patrick McKenna

ceo ingenious media

Patrick McKenna is the financier and CEO of Ingenious Media, the largest investor in the UK creative economy. The son of a builder and a nurse, he left grammar school to train as an accountant and at the age of 28 was made senior partner at Touche Ross.  He went on to lead Lord Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group, where he understood the international value of its portfolio of hit musicals. In 1998 McKenna founded Ingenious Media, which targets TV and film businesses that are too small to interest the City, but big enough to make vast profits. It has gone on to back films such as Hot Fuzz, Avatar and Life of Pi. McKenna now is a huge force for investment across the sector.

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