Kate Gribbon, co-head the private company fundraising team at Investec, tells Jo Russell how she went from university to corporate finance to private-company coverage. She covers her ACA training, a decade-long stint at Deloitte and her ambitions regarding Investec’s strategic direction
Julie Lada explains how she went from small finance roles in Athens to debt advisory manager at Spectrum Corporate Finance.
Skyler Ver Bruggen talks about easing her way into the world of buy-outs, from knowing nothing about private equity to becoming origination manager at ECI and what that involves.
Sarah Walker, a director of financial services deal advisory at KPMG, returned to Leeds and her Yorkshire roots last year. It’s been a long road back, she tells Jo Russell, as she details her role upon returning to the UK, what she learned as COO and her plans for the future.
Gemma Phillips, managing associate in Addleshaw Goddard’s corporate team, speaks to Marc Mullen about the thrill she gets from completing a deal, and her focus on promoting the benefits of diversity within the business
Chand Chudasama became a corporate finance partner at Price Bailey at the age of 31; a journey that involved becoming a senior manager in 2017 and a director in 2018. Jo Russell finds out about his path to partner.
David Petrie, ICAEW's Head of Corporate Finance, reviews an unprecedented year and looks ahead to what we might expect in 2021.
Columnist Jon Moulton argues that now is the time for the accounting profession to aggressively fight back. He says there is too much change being planned, too little resource to achieve it and too much damage to the UK as an attractive place to do business
Successful deal origination is important for corporate financiers. Marc Mullen speaks to advisers and uncovers private equity’s take on it
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