Numis at a glance

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Sole sponsor to Breedon Group Plc on its move up from AIM to the premium listing segment of the Official List and to trading on the Main Market of the LSE
May 2023
Helios Underwriting
Adviser and broker to Helios Underwriting Plc
May 2023


May 2023
INN Conversation with Ethan Hill
In our latest INN Conversation series interview, we spoke with Ethan Hill, Associate, who joined Numis just last year, to find out about his journey to investment banking, his experience of our internship programme, and how his passion for inclusiveness has led to his involvement with INN, the Inclusive Numis Network, an employee-led group that promotes an inclusive, diverse and collaborative workplace.
Apr 2023
INN Conversation with Tiina Winnan
In our latest INN Conversation series interview, we spoke with Numis’ Head of Operations, Tiina Winnan, to find out about her role at Numis, how her sense of adventure has taken her across the world, and why her passions for diversity of thought and supporting mental health inform her approach as a leader. 
Mar 2023
Femtech funding showing its resilience

Following 2021's record heights, the slowdown in venture capital (VC) dealmaking in the last 12 months has been broad and deep, touching all corners of the market. Against this backdrop, and to round out Women's History Month, Numis' Rachel Stott introduces one small but sturdy segment of the market demonstrating its resilience through the cycle - the evolving femtech category.

Mar 2023
INN Conversation with Melanie Saluja
In the latest in our INN Conversation series, we spoke with Melanie Saluja, Managing Director and one of our most senior female employees in investment banking, to find out about her unique role on the team, her career journey to date and her thoughts on senior female representation in the industry.
Feb 2023
Debt advisory update
The end of January marked three years since Brexit finally happened, and it’s easy to agree with Lord David Frost that the ‘oven ready’ deal turned out to be an underdone turkey – though as its chef, he should know he could have changed the recipe.
30th January also marked the 90th anniversary of Hitler’s appointment as Chancellor of Germany and I recommend the series of podcasts by The Rest Is History on how quickly Hitler moved from being an also-ran to leading the largest party in 1932. In other democratic news, 31st January was also four years since Nadhim Zahawi’s problematic 2018 tax return was submitted.
Following our last article on Collateralised Fund Obligations, the FT then reported that US regulators are stamping down on this market, decreeing these bonds should normally be treated as equity; we welcome our readers from the FT and NAIC.