location iconLondon, United Kingdom
company sizeCompany size: 51-200

finnCap is an entrepreneurial, employee-owned broker and financial adviser. Company advise on, promote and provide access to capital for ambitious, fast-growth companies in both the private and public equity markets, with outstanding client service. finnCap is part of the AIM-listed finnCap Group PLC, having acquired Cavendish Corporate Finance in December 2018. The combined group provides public and private clients alike a fully comprehensive suite of growth services for ambitious growth companies. SERVICES Corporate Finance Providing trusted industry advice tailored to clients' individual needs. Equity Capital Markets & Corporate Broking Offering a fully rounded service to develop corporate clients' share ownership with new and existing institutional investors and private client brokers. IPO The decision to float on a public market involves a number of important decisions to be made with respect to the advisory team, timing, structure and market. Mergers & Acquisitions Delivering certainty on strategic M&A and financial advisory services. Research Analysts are experts within their fields, dedicated to delivering concise, insightful research, to help companies and investors grow. Sales An essential link between company management and the investment market, with excellent relationships with top UK institutions and private client brokers. Sales Trading & Market Making An integral part of finnCap's service, gathering market intelligence to monitor flows and understand share price movements Investment Companies Building key relationships and delivering strategic advice for growth. Private Fundraising Raising capital for ambitious private growth and scale-up companies. Sell-Side Advisory Buy-Side Advisory Debt Advisory Dual Track Introducing uniquely positioned team that advises and promotes the stories of private companies considering an exit, running the processes of IPO or sale in parallel.

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Source: CFO Dive
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Source: MarketWatch
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Source: PYMNTS
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Source: MarketWatch