Our Merger & Acquisitions specialist expertise is demonstrated through more than two decades of helping corporates and their owners generate value.

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From our decision to pursue this exit route, it was achieved in under 4 months….a strong testament to the professionalism of the advisory team involved….

Managing Partner mid-cap private equity fund

Case Study

A FTSE 250 business, and a leading UK business within its sector, pursued a successful acquisition strategy in late 2015 resulting in the purchase of a group of businesses that have subsequently doubled turnover. Adapting to the synergies this created,

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If you’re looking to grow by acquisition, or require additional capital to fund organic growth or as part of a refinancing, ReSolve can advise you on optimal sources of capital.  Our equity capital raising team will help you to prepare and access capital.

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The significant investment constitutes a powerful acknowledgement of the outstanding progress made and milestones achieved since the IPO...

Chairman, International Company

Case Study

In early 2014, David Hill was engaged to work with the Chairman, the Founder and CEO and other key institutional shareholders of an international real estate investor to recommend an equity restructure to repay bank debt, invest in the current

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If you’re looking to restructure all or part of your business, ReSolve can help plan, source and direct finance or refinancing for the short and longer-term business needs. We bring our independent perspective and experience to make effective and high-impact changes to your business structure and models.

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Our experience of ReSolve has been consistently excellent. We have always found their work to be of a high standard, backed by common sense and highly commercial advice. They show professionalism in striving to achieve the right outcome for all stakeholders. I would recommend them to anyone.

Director, National Asset Based Lender

Case Study

Salt Engineering Limited was incorporated in January 1983 and the Coventry-based business had been trading since 1945. A manufacturer of tools and precision engineering equipment, Salt served a number of significant industries, including aerospace, automotive, power generation and fluid power.

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If you’re looking to grow by acquisition or in need of additional capital to fund a breakthrough strategy for organic growth, ReSolve can open the door. Our partner-backed mid-cap investment fund can be accessed directly or we can co-ordinate introductions to a wider set of third party specialist lenders and investors.

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ReSolve immediately understood our business and the issues we faced and then worked tirelessly to ensure the transaction completed quickly so we can now focus on our clients growing needs.

Managing Director of a company in the Entertainment sector

Case Study

The board of directors of a group of companies brought in ReSolve for advice on raising  finance.  Their group of companies were operating as an exclusive hospitality and events management business specialising in the creation of bespoke, unique experiences at

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Social media – are we paying attention?

The growth of social media in the corporate world is undeniable. According to media agency Battenhall, 96% of FTSE 100 companies are now on Twitter; meanwhile, 70% of respondents to the 2015 Wolters Kluwer survey of 800 accountants use social media in their professional or personal lives.

While it appears unlikely that you will damage your practice if you don’t use social media, it can also be hard to pinpoint tangible benefits. So, how should firms make the most of social media? Questions such as ‘what’ and ‘where’ have largely been answered – LinkedIn appears to be the starting place for professional activity for example, followed by blogs and Twitter.

However, open questions remain about how professional firms such as accountants and lawyers should use such tools. LinkedIn has a variety of active forums and groups (indeed, over half of respondents to the Wolters Kluwer survey used LinkedIn for this purpose) but there is a risk of spreading inexperienced resource thinly and maybe focusing on the wrong content.

Based on conversations we are having with professional firms across the board, we believe that appropriate use of social media reflects how firms should act in any public forum, online or face-to-face.

Notably that:

1. You don’t have to breach client confidentiality to go social. The principles of a case may deserve a wider airing, and/or client situations can be discussed while preserving anonymity.

2. As in general conversation, you can loosen the language in social forums without becoming flippant, equally you can express a view as long as it is defensible

3. When starting or joining a discussion, it is worth ensuring you are bringing something to the party even if it is simply the benefit of your own experience.

4. Speaking of experience, few executives have a great deal of ‘form’ in restructuring and turnaround so a healthy appetite exists for education.

5. Focus is important – while you may have knowledge of any number of areas, you should concentrate on discussions that reflect your areas of professional expertise.

A tip on how to ensure that social media activity is useful

Beyond these principles each blog, tweet or other social media activity should incorporate a place to go – for example, a link to a web page. Such actionable hooks can be measured (e.g. using link shorteners) so a social media manager role can get an insight into whether they were useful.

Social media is a work in progress for all firms, including ours: at ReSolve we’ve decided to embrace the platforms but treat their risks with appropriate respect – in fact we’re currently working with legal outfit LCN to broadcast key content, such as a section 110 liquidation-demerger guide. The whole point is the conversation so we welcome your own experiences, as well as any insights or feedback you may have about making the most of social platforms to benefit yourselves and your clients.


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