Independent corporate broking, advisory and trading house focusing on mid & small-cap companies.
Extel Rankings 2015
UK Mid & Small Cap
Trading & Execution
28 August 2015 08:02
Economics & Strategy morning noteREAD
27 August 2015
Placing via Accelerated Book build – Hansteen Holdings
Peel Hunt is acting as sole bookrunner and sole broker to Hansteen Holdings PLC on its proposed placing of new Ordinary shares (representing approximately 5% of the issued share capital) to raise £40m at a minimum price of 110p per share via an Accelerated Book build process, as announced on 27 August, 2015.
20 August 2015
Placing - Atlantis Resources
Peel Hunt is acting as NOMAD and sole broker to Atlantis Resources Limited on its conditional placing of 5,952,380 new Ordinary shares to raise £2.5 m, as announced on 20th August, 2015.
18 August 2015
Exclusive deal with CIBC to extend Peel Hunt's reach into Canada
Peel Hunt have agreed to an exclusive distribution agreement to promote its research in Canada through CIBC, one of the five major Canadian banks.
As global investment practices have evolved, Canadian institutional investors are increasingly looking for more international exposure, which has caused a spike in demand for non-Canadian investment opportunities. During 2015 this has been demonstrated by a significant increase in Canadian corporate deal flow in the UK.
Peel Hunt, which already promotes its corporate clients and research in the US via its New York office, welcomes the agreement and has committed to sending a number of its highly regarded analysts to Canada over the coming year to extend its Canadian corporate roadshow capabilities.
As a business, we specialise in corporate broking, advisory, research, sales and trading. As a partnership, it is the way we run our business that sets us apart.
Our partnership structure best aligns our interests with those of our clients and stakeholders. We only engage with clients as a house – corporate, sales and research must all agree. This leads to long-term successful client relationships. We call this approach joined-up broking.