Exiting Covid - A balancing act
We have been hard at work, data-crunching during some quieter hours for this quarter’s Radnor View. Recent conversations with investors have encouraged us to take a closer look at the post-Covid ‘earnings recovery’ and indeed what this could mean for corporates and their messaging.
Radnor working with Ocean Outdoor, the leading digital out of home advertising specialist
Ocean are a facilitator of digital connectivity in the out-of-home advertising markets in the UK, Northern and Continental Europe. Radnor is working with the company to broaden the reach of the equity story through detailed and actively marketed equity research coverage and targeted investor engagement. Ocean is looking to Radnor to provide capital markets advice to the executive team, to broaden the share-register and improve liquidity.
Radnor Capital Partners working with Brickability Group plc
Brickability is a leading UK construction materials distributor, spanning bricks and specialist building products, as well as heating, plumbing, joinery, and roofing products and services.
Radnor will be working with Brickability to broaden the share register and improve liquidity through targeted investor engagement, as well as providing ongoing strategic capital markets advice.
2021: A fresh start?
Positive or negative, 2020 was a roller coaster, headscratcher and eye opener in equal doses. Capital markets have been reshaped for decades to come and we move into 2021 with a new agenda.
Radnor Capital Partners working with Kin + Carta
Kin + Carta is a global digital transformation business supporting companies as they re-invent their digital strategy. Radnor will be working with Kin + Carta to provide ongoing strategic capital markets advice, investor relations, as well as the delivery of the company’s first ever Capital Markets event.
Radnor Capital Partners working with CPP Group plc
CPP Group plc is a global products and services company, specialising in the financial services and insurance markets. Radnor will be working with CPP to provide strategic capital markets advice to the executive team as well as broadening the share register and improving liquidity through targeted investor engagement.
Green Horizon: shining a light on how to get ESG right
Last week was a big week for ESG. The Green Horizon Summit showcased the resolve of the capital markets community to act on climate change and biodiversity loss. In this month’s Radnor View, we examine the significance of the event as a staging post on the road to COP26, and what the key themes mean for companies navigating the complexities of ESG.
Brett Jacobs joins Radnor Capital
"Brett’s expertise in navigating a complex and often confusing ESG landscape will be invaluable in helping our clients to reframe and communicate their equity story to an ever more ESG-aware investor audience."
Getting back to business
The resilience of the capital markets since the March meltdown, domestic and overseas, has been nothing short of staggering. In this quarter’s Radnor View, we seek to take a more birds-eye view as opposed to our usual analytical based observations to ascertain what has really changed.
Neville Harris joins the Radnor team
For many years Neville has undertaken much of his clients’ key IR work, advising whilst also freeing up management time. Whether strategic advice, management of shareholders, investor targeting, investor perceptions, investor presentations and announcements, Neville has delivered investor relations outcomes across a variety of sectors.