Our joined up approach allows us to consistently deliver value to UK corporates global institutions and trading counterparties.
We take a long-term view to building our business – for the benefit of our clients, our people and our partners.
3 April 2020
Daily coronavirus update - Building bed capacity
The UK’s Nightingale Hospital opened today at London’s ExCel centre after nine days of fitting out. It currently has 500 beds, although it has capacity for 3,500. In New York, temporary hospitals are being built in Central Park and the Manhattan Center, and many other pop-up hospitals are filling conference centres, stadiums and parks across the globe. Click here to read the full article
3 April 2020
£15m Accelerated Book Build Placing – Joules Group
Peel Hunt acted as NOMAD, joint Bookrunner and joint Corporate Broker on an accelerated book build conditional placing of 18,750,000 new ordinary shares in Joules Group plc at a price of 80 pence per Placing Share raising gross proceeds of approximately £15 million, as announced on 3rd April, 2020.
2 April 2020
Daily coronavirus update - Government cash but no bonuses or dividends
As ever, Rupert Soames speaks clearly and thoughtfully. Serco’s statement today said: “At a time when the UK and other governments are helping Serco with its liquidity, it seems inappropriate to use that cash for anything other than its intended purpose of protecting the financial strength and resilience of our business. We are therefore withdrawing the resolution we had intended to propose at the AGM authorising the payment of a final dividend in respect of 2019. On the same logic, it does not seem right to be spending cash on Executive Directors’ bonuses earned in respect of 2019 whilst government and shareholders are helping us to maintain financial resilience.” To read the full article, please click here
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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.