Citicourt & Co was founded in 1991 and specialises is delivering high quality corporate finance services and independent advice to small and mid market companies. Following a recent buyout the firm has built a merchant banking foundation and, in addition to corporate finance, has both a Fund and Property division.
The firm is driven by long-term relationships with entrepreneurs, executives, corporate clients, investors and other advisors. This is pivotal to the way we do business. Our honesty and respect for our clients’ companies creating value helps to ensure that we complete deals for their long-term success. We have a solid legacy of completing deals in the UK and cross-border, which is enhanced by our team’s extensive international network. We provide honest, respectful advice based on felicitous experience.
Formed in 1991 and recently taken over and transitioned to be more like a merchant bank, the team has far-reaching experience of deal making in a wide variety of international markets and industry sectors, we have an enviable record as quality advisory in the City of London, the UK and cross-border.
We are relationship driven and invest our time and expertise for the benefit of our clients. This is central to the way we do business with both entrepreneurs and corporates. This provides us with extraordinary global access to potential acquirers, targets and investors.
We give our clients clear, impartial and independent advice. If we do not believe there is merit in a proposal, we will tell you, help you to plan for long-term value creation and execute high quality transactions to benefit your long-term success.
You will be advised by one of the principals of Citicourt & Co that you meet, who has experience and relationships relevant to your transaction, and supported by expert analysis.
Our track record of deals speaks for itself. In addition, each of the principals has decades of investment banking experience in London and across international borders.
We are focused on the Mid cap and Small cap markets, which largely include transaction values of £10 million to £150 million, with companies valued up to £1 billion.