02 May 2017
Typically raising growth capital rounds will involve cheque sizes of between £5-50m. Because of the high stakes, investors will want to carry out a very thorough examination of the business and so navigating a process can be complex and time consuming. Although there are many issues to consider, here we highlight four key considerations that are important for management.
Clodagh is a partner in RSM’s M&A advisory practice in Bristol and Southampton with a ten year career in corporate finance supporting owner managed businesses.
20 April 2017
The merger that looked good on paper comes undone at execution. Staff, who were the future of the new firm, leave in droves; clients are unsettled and anticipated earnings shrivel. What went wrong with the negotiations?
09 May 2016
A survey carried out by RSM amongst private equity specialists has revealed that two thirds are planning to vote to remain in the EU when British voters take to the polling booths on 23 June, with only a fifth saying they would be voting to leave.
We work with a diverse range of private equity firms and recognise its positive impact.
Partner, Head of Private Equity Coverage
Charlie is a Partner with over 14 years experience in the private equity market. He has worked with a broad range of private equity, venture capital and special situations funds in Europe, providing both corporate finance and non-transactional services.
What makes corporates attractive to private equity investors? Hear from LDC’s Jonathan Caswell and Graphite’s Simon May offer expert advice on how to attracts private equity investors.
Simon May, Graphite, discusses what makes a company attractive to private equity investors.
Jonathan Caswell, LDC, discusses the benefit of gaining private equity investment for your business.