Radnor Capital working with RPS Group
RPS is an established, diversified, global professional services firm of circa 5,000 consultants, designers, planners, engineers, and technical specialists, providing services to government and private sector clients.
Focusing on natural resources, urbanisation, and sustainability, RPS creates shared value by solving problems that matter to a complex, urbanising, resource scarce world. It has operations in Europe, Australia and N America.
Radnor will be working with RPS by providing additional support focusing on ongoing IR planning and delivery, whilst also targeting and engaging investors.
The state of ESG – what does the Stuart Kirk debate tell us?
A presentation at the recent FT Moral Money Summit entitled “Why investors need not worry about climate risk” by Stuart Kirk – the now suspended Global Head of Responsible Investment for HSBC Group – has proven to be one of the more hotly debated events in the ESG world for some time.
Radnor Capital working with PPHE Hotel Group
PPHE Hotel Group is a hospitality real estate company, with a £1.8bn portfolio in leading European cities, urban markets and resort destinations. PPHE is an owner and developer of hospitality assets with a scalable hospitality management platform attached.
Radnor will be providing PPHE with capital markets advice and extensive IR support services, to ensure the business meets its longstanding objectives.
Radnor welcomes Rod Oscroft
Rod has spent the last 25 years investing in the UK Smaller Company segment where he sought out undervalued companies and invested for the long term.
As a Senior Consultant, Rod will be working with Radnor’s clients, advising on how the companies are positioning themselves in the market, their equity stories and providing a fund manager’s perspective on a broad range of capital markets issues.
Radnor Capital working with BenevolentAI
BenevolentAI (AMS: BAI) is a leading, clinical-stage AI-enabled drug discovery company listed on the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange.
Radnor is retained by BenevolentAI to provide fully outsourced investor relations advisory ahead of its business combination with Odyssey Acquisition S.A. and upon completion of the transaction (April) as a listed company on the Euronext Amsterdam exchange.
Welcoming Holly Ha to the team
Holly’s passion and interest in corporate ESG responsibilities and reporting will be invaluable to Radnor, assisting our Client Directors in providing impactful and relevant advice to clients as they seek to navigate the increasingly complex and opaque ESG landscape. Holly is perfectly placed to make viable suggestions to boost ESG credentials based on their business operations, financial performance, impact and where they are in the corporate life cycle.
Radnor welcomes Fleur Wood
"We are delighted to welcome Fleur and believe her deep capital markets and IR expertise will further increase the skill of the expanding Radnor team."
Hope for the best, plan for the worst
I don’t know what is happening in the country as a whole, but certainly in my bit of London (Blackheath), life this weekend appeared to be reverting to “normal”. It is hard to believe it was last like that a whole two years ago.
However, last week’s trading update from Next (NXT-LON) outlined five areas of economic uncertainly which made forecasting for them “unusually difficult”...
Radnor Capital working with Harland and Wolff plc
Harland and Wolff (H&W) is a multisite fabrication company, operating in the maritime and offshore industry in five markets – Commercial, Cruise and Ferry. Defence, Oil & Gas and Renewables. The iconic Belfast yard is one of Europe’s largest heavy engineering facilities with two of Europe’s largest drydocks and vast fabrication halls.
Radnor is working with H&W to provide ongoing strategic capital markets advice, incorporating ESG and to broaden the share register through targeted investor engagement.
A client is for life, not just for deal season...
The word ‘frothy’ has been bandied around Radnor Towers for the best part of three months when describing the IPO market. Not something we would have expected as we entered the deep-freeze January lockdown. However, the brokers (and, on occasion, the bulgies) have been all hands-on deck earning their economics from these deals.