Marlborough Partners and STJ Advisors Agree Partnership

Joint Venture agreed to capitalise on the leading independent specialist equity and debt advisory platforms

STJ Advisors and Marlborough Partners, today announced a joint venture agreement to provide clients with the leading independent specialist equity and debt capital markets advisory service worldwide.

The joint venture agreement combines the leading independent specialist equity capital markets advisory platform with the leading independent specialist debt capital markets advisory firm. These two highly complementary platforms have collectively advised on capital raisings in excess of $200bn, in over 500 transactions, for some of the most sophisticated issuers around the world. 

The highly experienced capital markets teams will together provide best-in-class and unbiased advice for all issuers (corporate, private equity or sovereign) considering their strategic and financing alternatives across all debt, equity and equity-linked products (including multi-track exits, IPOs, equity-linked offerings, capital increases, follow-ons, refinancings and capital raisings).

Commenting on the partnership, Marlborough Partners’ Managing Partner, David Parker, says: “STJ shares the same ethos as Marlborough Partners. They combine independence, unparalleled experience and highly technical execution with senior lead advice – all characteristics which we believe are essential for our clients in these ever evolving capital markets”

STJ Advisors’ Managing Partner, John St. John, added: “This is a very exciting development for both firms. It means that truly specialist capital markets advice and experience can be brought to bear in one seamless and unique offering across the whole spectrum of our clients’ financing or capital needs.”

For further information on Marlborough Partners please go to www.marlboroughpartners.com. Any other questions please contact Marcus Le Grice on +44 20 7659 1123 (mlg@stjadvisors.com).

13 June 2016

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