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Corporate finance Services

Our corporate finance specialists have completed hundreds of transactions and have a proven track record of delivering independent insight and advice.

We pride ourselves on really understanding our clients’ objectives and aspirations and their particular sectors, industries and markets, which combined, provides them with a real strategic advantage in the transactional environment.

You can depend on our specialist team in the UK to deliver on exit planning, business sales, equity raising, acquisitions, management buyouts, debt advisory, due diligence and IPOs for AIM-listed companies. We also help SMEs with succession planning and international businesses looking to divest themselves of a subsidiary.
See our corporate finance specialists as an extension to your team. We’ll use our understanding of your aspirations and objectives to help you make the right decisions for your specific business. Our solution-focused approach means that we adapt our solutions to your requirements.
If you would like to have a no-obligation confidential conversation, we would be delighted to hear from you.

Our Corporate Finance Services

Our corporate finance team can help with: 
  • Selling Your Business
Selling a business can be a complex and time-consuming process, and it is important to carefully consider all of your options and plan ahead in order to maximize the value of your company. It is important to have a clear understanding of the value of your business in order to determine a fair selling price. This can be done through a professional business valuation. Selling a business is a major decision, and it is important to carefully consider all of your options, our corporate finance team and business valuations team are on hand to guide you through this process. 
  • Strategic Growth Advisory
Our strategic growth advisory service means that our corporate finance team can work with you to understand your goals and objectives, assess your business' current situation and develop a customized plan to achieve long term growth. 
  • Raising Finance & Growth Capital

Growth capital is a type of financing that is specifically used to fund expansion and growth initiatives, such as entering new markets, launching new products or services, or acquiring other companies. Growth capital can come from a variety of sources, including venture capital firms, angel investors, and strategic partners.

Raising finance and growth capital can be a complex process that requires a thorough understanding of the company's financial needs and a clear plan for how the funds will be used to drive growth.

  • Due Diligence
The goal of due diligence is to help companies make informed decisions about potential investments by providing them with a detailed understanding of the risks and opportunities involved. By conducting due diligence, companies can identify and address any potential issues or concerns before making a commitment to an investment.
  • Acquisitions & Buy-Outs
The goal of business acquisition and buyout services is to help companies grow and expand by acquiring other businesses that complement their own operations or add value to their portfolio. By acquiring other companies, businesses can access new markets, technology, and talent, and can potentially achieve economies of scale and other operational efficiencies.
  • Business Valuation
A Business valuation is the process of determining the economic value of a company or business. This value can be used for a variety of purposes, such as selling a business, raising capital, or determining the value of a company for financial reporting purposes.

Business valuation can be a complex process, and it requires a thorough understanding of the company's financial performance, market conditions, and industry trends.
  • Financial Modelling

There are many different types of financial models, and they can be used for a variety of purposes, such as budgeting and forecasting, capital structure analysis, and valuation. Financial models can be as simple as a spreadsheet with a few basic calculations, or they can be highly complex and sophisticated, involving multiple interconnected sheets and formulas.

Financial modeling requires a strong understanding of financial concepts and principles, as well as the ability to analyze and interpret data.

Corporate Finance Advice 

If you are looking for advice on any of the above aspects of corporate finance, then please contact our corportate finance specialists.