Capital Markets and Securities

Our search expertise in capital markets and securities traverses the primary and secondary markets, encompassing all fixed income and equities products.  Working with global and second tier investment banks, emerging markets banks, boutiques and trading houses, our experience spans the developed markets of Europe and the US through to global emerging and frontier markets.

We have an established, senior placement track record across DCM (bond/loan origination and syndicate) and ECM, encompassing securitisation, leveraged finance, hybrid capital, liability management, ALM and strategic derivative solutions.  We also work with private equity firms and investment banks to identify high calibre candidates who can advise on the acquisition of performing & non-performing loan portfolios.

On the public side, we operate across all fixed income and equity asset classes, across sales, sales trading, trading, structuring and research, and from cash to flow derivatives and structured products.  We specialize in senior level hires including heads of Europe, CEMEA and Americas, and have assisted clients looking to enter and establish themselves in new markets.

Key Contacts

Tom Chamberlayne
Global Fixed Income and DCM
Chris Rowse
Global Equities and ECM

Related Practice Areas

Case Studies

Head of International Brokerage, Global Investment Bank

To find a Head of International Brokerage in Saudi Arabia for a global investment bank. As the Head of International Brokerage required a trading background the role was impacted by Saudi Arabian capital market laws specifying that licensed traders have to be Saudi Arabian nationals.
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Executive Director, Sourcing Performing and Non-Performing Loans, Global Investment Bank

To find an Executive Director capable of working as an advisor to funds looking to acquire loan portfolios, whilst sufficiently well-connected across Southern European local markets to be able to identify performing and non-performing loan portfolios that companies want to off load from their balance sheet or restructure.
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