Corporate Finance

Through our tie-up with Good Governance Capital (GGC), Henderson Rowe offers expert corporate finance services for UK and Overseas companies at any stage of their lifecycle. Our Corporate Finance team has extensive financial and capital markets experience and specialises in supporting small- and medium-sized businesses. We work closely with management teams and business owners to prioritise value creation and retention, and successful outcomes in high-consequence scenarios.

Whether you are looking for support with raising growth capital, refinancing existing debt, or ongoing corporate strategy (e.g. M&A, business/shareholder exits), our team is ready to assist with a tailored approach geared to each client’s specific needs.

Our corporate finance solutions include:

  • Capital structure optimisation
  • Capital raising and refinancing/restructuring of debt
  • Mergers and acquisitions (including buy & build strategies, transformative acquisitions and JVs/strategic alliances)
  • Business disposals (including demergers and shareholder exits)
  • Corporate and strategic reviews (including shareholder reorganisations)
  • Company valuations and fairness opinions
Corporate Finance

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    Due to the potential for losses, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) considers this investment to be high risk.

    What are the key risks?

    1. You could lose all the money you invest

    • Most investments are shares in start-up businesses or bonds issued by them. Investors in these shares or bonds often lose 100% of the money they invested, as most start-up businesses fail.
    • Certain of these investments can be held in an Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA). An IFISA does not reduce the risk of the investment or protect you from losses, so you can still lose all your money. It only means that any potential returns will be tax free.
    • Checks on the businesses you are investing in, such as how well they are expected to perform, may not have been carried out by the platform you are investing through. You should do your own research before investing.

    2. You won’t get your money back quickly

    • Even if the business you invest in is successful, it will likely take several years to get your money back.
    • The most likely way to get your money back is if the business is bought by another business or lists its shares on an exchange such as the London Stock Exchange. These events are not common.
    • Start-up businesses very rarely pay you back through dividends. You should not expect to get your money back this way.
    • Some platforms may give you the opportunity to sell your investment early through a ‘secondary market’ or ‘bulletin board’,  but there is no guarantee you will find a buyer at the price you are willing to sell.

    3. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket

    • Putting all your money into a single business or type of investment for example, is risky. Spreading your money across different investments makes you less dependent on any one to do well. A good rule of thumb is not to invest more than 10% of your money in high-risk investments. []

    4. The value of your investment can be reduced

    • If your investment is shares, the percentage of the business that you own will decrease if the business issues more shares. This could mean that the value of your investment reduces, depending on how much the business grows. Most start-up businesses issue multiple rounds of shares.
    • These new shares could have additional rights that your shares don’t have, such as the right to receive a fixed dividend, which could further reduce your chances of getting a return on your investment.

    5. You are unlikely to be protected if something goes wrong

    If you are interested in learning more about how to protect yourself, visit the FCA’s website here.
    For further information about investment-based crowdfunding, visit the FCA’s website here.


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