Why should you work with a member firm of The Corporate Finance Network?
We aim to become the national brand leader, to be recognised as experts in advising upon smaller corporate finance transactions, particularly those with a deal value less than £3m
Not just bean counters! Our member firms appreciate & understand real commercial issues, both yours and those of your clients or customers
As regional and independent accountancy firms, they have all the necessary specialists & experience, but you will have access to the business owner & decision maker – not usually the case with most larger firms
For highly specialised corporate finance, tax, legal or marketing issues, our member firms have access to technical support available to our members from our Executive Team with well in excess of 50 years corporate finance experience between them
Our member firms commit to regular training, attending at least three corporate finance conferences per year, and are up to date with the most recent market information, ensuring their clients may receive the highest quality advice
They are all active in their local business community & as a national network, we probably know someone that you need to know!
If you would like an introduction to your nearest member firm, please just Contact Us and we will put you in touch.
Shaw Gibbs, a member of The Corporate Finance Network, with offices in Oxford and London, has successfully advised the shareholders of Maylarch Environmental Limited on their sale to M&M Waste Solutions Limited.
Kay Johnson Gee LLP (KJG), a member of The Corporate Finance Network based in Manchester has successfully advised on the Financial Due Diligence for a key financier of an MBO from a Plc in the Engineering sector.
In advance of their national conference, The Corporate Finance Network has released figures showing that their member firms are outstripping the general advisory market for growth in their corporate finance work.
The Times have interviewed the chairman of The Corporate Finance Network about her research on the demographics of business owners and the lack of Exit Planning carried out by most small businesses in this country