Shore Capital Markets, is an independent securities business offering institutional and corporate clients leading investment banking, research, sales and trading services. 
 

Shore Capital is also one of the largest market makers in the London market and the third largest market maker on AIM by volume of trades.

Our cross-disciplinary team has deep and market-leading experience in a wide range of sectors covering: Consumer, Financials, Healthcare, Natural Resources, Real Estate, Support Services, Technology, Media and small and mid-cap companies. Our research on over 200 companies is distributed to an extensive institutional client base.

We currently have over 75 retained corporate clients and have been involved in transactions raising more than £6bn in equity capital markets since January 2014.

 

Recent recognition

Shore Capital Markets is delighted to have once again gained further recognition for its research capabilities in the prestigious Thomson Reuters Analyst Awards 2018 and Extel Small and Mid Cap Survey 2018.

Transactions
  • Financial Adviser, Broker & Nominated Adviser
    US$889m Cash Offer
    by Nuvei
    May 2019
  • Joint Broker, Co-Bookrunner & Underwriter
    £601.3m
    Rights Issue
    May 2019
  • Joint Broker
    Mkt Cap
    £195m
    May 2019
  • Lead Manager
    US$425m Placing
    & Open Offer
    May 2019
  • Joint Broker
    Mkt Cap
    £135m
    April 2019
  • Sole Bookrunner
    £15.3m Secondary Placing of Secure Trust Bank shares
    April 2019
  • Joint Broker
    to Dairy Crest
    £975m Recommended
    cash offer by Saputo
    February 2019
  • Corporate Broker
    to NSF
    £1.3bn Firm offer for
    Provident Financial plc
    February 2019
  • Joint Broker
    Mkt Cap
    £51.4m
    February 2019
  • Joint Bookrunner
    £107m Placing & Open Offer
    February 2019
  • Nomad
    &
    Sole Bookrunner
    £10m Placing and
    £9m Acquisition
    February 2019
  • Lead Manager
    $23m
    Placing
    January 2019
  • Joint Broker
    Mkt Cap
    £26.5m
    January 2019
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