The Corporate Finance Network today announces that Bevan Buckland LLP has joined their network of corporate finance specialists

Bevan Buckland LLP is the largest independent accountancy firm in Wales providing practical support and strategic accounting, tax and financial planning advice for small to medium-sized businesses. Headquartered in Swansea, the firm has offices in Carmarthen, Pembroke, Haverfordwest, Cowbridge and St David’s.

Kirsty McGregor, Founder and Chairman of The Corporate Finance Network, commented “I am delighted to welcome the team at Bevan Buckland as this is a highly respected firm which I have been aware of for a number of years and the team have a long-standing tradition of advising their clients on a wide range of technical and strategic areas so they can fulfil their potential and achieve their ambitions. I believe that they will be a valuable addition to our growing UK network of SME corporate finance experts.

Through their membership of The Corporate Finance Network, we can now offer Bevan Buckland additional resources and market leading intelligence to support their advice and ensure they remain at the forefront of professional services in South Wales as disposal and acquisition transactions continue to increase in value and volume across the SME community. In addition, their subscription to will open up the funding and capital solutions available to businesses in the current market.

Bevan Buckland LLP reports seeing an increase in demand for Corporate Finance services from its clients, working on a number of deals including fundraising, business exits and M&A activity, and the Partnership with both Capitalise and The Corporate Finance Network will enable the Firm to increase its specialist resources and deliver enhanced services to clients.

Harri Lloyd-Davies, Partner, says “The number of businesses in South Wales looking to make acquisitions has increased.  Many have recovered after the pandemic and are looking to acquire other businesses to invest their surplus cash.  Most businesses seem to have coped well with the end of covid support and some are now concerned about their supply chains and are looking to invest to improve their supply chain resiliency.  Generally the appetite to lend also remains strong for well run profitable businesses .  Our Partnership with The Corporate Finance Network and Capitalise will help us bring in additional resources to support these clients.”

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