Independent corporate broking, advisory and trading house focusing on mid & small-cap companies.
24 November 2014
Unintended Consequences- The impact of the UK equity market of proposed research payment changes in MiFID II
A survey commissioned by Peel Hunt, in partnership with Extel, reveals the unintended negative impact the proposed research payment changes within MiFID II will have on the UK Equity market.
The survey consolidates significant representation of industry views and a clear illustration of the strength of feeling held by the asset management industry. The 161 professionals at the 137 asset management firms represent over £1.7 trillion of AUM; whilst the 69 quoted companies surveyed have a combined market cap of £1.6 trillion combined market capitalisation.
Steven Fine, Managing Partner, Peel Hunt commented: “The results of this survey highlight the serious concerns held by the companies and the investors over the unintended consequences these regulatory proposals are likely to have on UK Small & Mid Cap companies, investors, asset managers and brokers.”
“It is not an exaggeration to say that corporate boardrooms are largely unfamiliar with the machinations of financial services legislation therefore the impact of a reduction in research coverage and the subsequent knock-on effect on potential capital markets activity will likely be felt too late.”
To view a full copy of the report, please email email@example.com
19 November 2014
New Corporate Client – Carclo
Peel Hunt has been appointed as joint Corporate Broker to Carclo Plc, as announced on 18 November, 2014.
24 October 2014
Placing - Atlantis Resources Ltd
Peel Hunt acted as sole corporate broker to Atlantis Resources Ltd on its placing of 12,500,000 new shares to raise £5.0m, as announced on 24 October, 2014.
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.