TOP 50 FIRM Price Bailey has announced the formation of a new subsidiary, Price Bailey Strategic Corporate Finance Limited.
The new company is fully FCA approved and brings together the company’s established business strategy and corporate finance teams into a single unified unit.
The unit will have a total of 17 analysts and advisers working across a range of strategy and corporate finance services including mergers and acquisitions, valuations, research, due diligence, sale mandates, financing, restructuring and strategic planning and execution.
“The strategy behind the formation of this subsidiary company is to emphasise to the market that any corporate finance activity should be part of a clear strategic plan, and to provide that service from a single source,” said Simon Blake, strategic corporate finance partner. “We believe that strategy and corporate finance transactions fit hand in hand. To do otherwise, creates much more likelihood of failure or missed opportunities.”
Price Bailey are ranked 28th in this year’s Top 50+50 supported by Wolters Kluwer.
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