Shore Capital follows industries and stocks from top to bottom. In this respect, we are distinctive in offering fundamental, highly regarded and well established analysis from FTSE-100 to AIM and FTSE Small-Cap equities.

Our approach provides our sales team and asset managers with considerable breadth and depth of sector analysis, and we believe this contributes to our long standing popularity within the industries that our analysts cover.


 

250+

UK and Irish companies on which we provide market-leading research

Experienced and highly regarded research team

26 analysts

Fundamental analysis

High quality, rigorous, independent research and strong idea-generation remains at the heart of Shore Capital's offer

Our industry expertise provides Shore Capital with extensive insight, networks and direct corporate access at the most senior levels of companies that we cover and robust revenue streams from secondary markets: Shore Capital covers more than a third of the FTSE-100. In addition to UK-listed stocks we have one of the most comprehensive coverage levels of major Irish listed and domiciled equities and therefore strong links into the Irish business scene.

Our sector expertise

Consumer – including beverages; food and general retail; consumer staples; the online channel; agriculture; travel and leisure

Financials – including banks and non-standard lenders; life and non-life assurers; wealth and asset managers; and specialist financials including fin-tech

Investment Trusts - including a broad spread of specialist funds

Healthcare – including life sciences; medical devices; and pharmaceuticals

Homebuilders, Building Materials & Real Estate - including construction and building materials; housebuilding and real estate

Industrials and Capital Goods - including coverage and multiple verticals

Media – including advertising; marketing services and communication; B2B information; events; broadcasting and content companies; and online business models

Natural Resources – including oil and gas; mining; and metals

Support Services – including public sector service providers; payment services; professional services including recruitment; and other outsourced platforms

Technology – including software and hardware providers; cybersecurity; disruption and growth businesses