From handshake to handover, our corporate finance team knows what’s needed at every intricate stage of your unique corporate deal. Plus, our membership of Baker Tilly International puts major global credentials in our back pocket.
But what does it really mean, this term “corporate finance”? What will you get by working with MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s business experts? Here’s how we work.
We feel like we say this a lot, but it’s true: when you work with MHA MacIntyre Hudson, you get a true partner who’s there with you for the long haul. Your partner will investigate options for funding and help guide and advise you on what works best for you. They’ll find potential partners for a joint venture to help your growth, and take care of all the paperwork to get the sale of your business done compliantly, and in the most tax efficient way.
It’s a partnership in action as well as name. Let’s say you are looking for an injection of capital to give your business a new lease of life: we’ll work to gain a detailed understanding of your corporate objectives, and help you to prepare a robust business plan and financial projections to present to potential funders. We have strong relationships with both high street and niche providers of debt and equity funding, and we’ll talk with you about the pros and cons of each. While we’ll always recommend an option with sound reasoning, we’re ultimately there to help you make the decision that works for you. And, when the decision is made, we’ll take care of the detail so you can focus on your next phase.
Yes, your business growth is what we care about – whether that growth comes through funding we help you acquire, through a merger or acquisition, or through a straight-out sale. We’re with you every step of the way, communicating regularly, keeping on top of the details, providing updates, and being completely transparent. Your trust in us is what will make this partnership work.
So pick up the phone or get in touch, and let’s talk about how we can partner on your corporate finance needs.Enquire now
Stuart is the Director of our Not for Profit Centre of Excellence based in our London City office. Stuart oversees a group of 20 individuals who are dedicated to advising and auditing the Not for Profit sector.
Stuart has been auditing Not for Profit organisations for over 13 years, having gained the ICAEW Diploma in Charity Accounting, and joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in March 2014. During his career he has worked with a range of Not for Profit entities both in terms of size and in terms of activities. He currently acts for a number of our high profile and national Not for Profit clients.
Stuart is currently a guest lecturer for the ICAEW and has given lectures on Charity Accounting, Governance and Sector Developments.
Stuart is a trustee of Brain Tumour Research, which enables him to experience the responsibilities of setting the strategic direction of a charity and see the audit process from the ‘other side of the fence’.Get in touch with Stuart McKay
Paul qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1983 before moving to Deloitte Haskins and Sells.
He joined MacIntyre Hudson as a Partner in January 2009, having previously held the role of Managing Partner at a well known specialist corporate recovery firm.
Paul focuses on both corporate and personal insolvency work, and has carried out many solvent liquidations, including financial and monitoring, pre-lending, general business and solvency reviews of a wide range of businesses. He promotes turnaround and business rescue, and advises on the sale of businesses.
His specialisms include: construction, manufacturing, retail, leisure, engineering, professional services, health, asset tracing, travel and tourism and property.
Paul Davis is licensed to act as an insolvency practitioner in the UK by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)Get in touch with Paul Davis
Katherine joined the firm in April 2011 and, followng three years our City office, transferred to the Restructuring and Recovery department of our Maidstone Office. She obtained the Certificate of Proficiency in Insolvency qualification in 2010.
With over 10 years experience Katherine has built up a wealth of knowledge in dealing with various insolvency matters which include:
Katherine manages a small team and runs a varied case portfolio with a wide range of clients which includes, high profile individuals, various aspects of the construction industry and charities. With her broad experience she is able to advise companies, directors and creditors of their options.
She is also currently an Anti Money Laundering representative for the firm and on the committee for the Kent Young Professionals.Get in touch with Katherine Everitt
With over thirty years dedicated service to MHA MacIntyre Hudson, Brendan has worked with a wide range of businesses including quoted companies, as well as owner managed businesses from a large cross section of sectors. His primary focus is on business assurance where he believes audits should provide value and a platform for good advice.
Brendan's aim is to understand a client's goals and help them achieve them. He believes that everyone is capable of change and the key is to create or uncover the desire to do so.
Brendan's interests outside work are golf, football (Chelsea), rugby (Saracens) and currently Pilates.Get in touch with Brendan Sharkey
SilverLining UK very highly recommends MHA MacIntyre Hudson for all your company’s financial accounting needs.Our corporation has worked with MHA MacIntyre Hudson for the last 4 years. They are truly the best at what they do.They continually provide timely and excellent service and go ‘above and beyond' for their client. Their knowledge, communication skills and professional qualifications are of the highest quality and standards. SilverLining UK - Construction Sector
With MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s support, our business has been very successful since we started three years ago. Simon Burke - Dalbergia Group