Ince continues to grow its London corporate team with new Partner hire
Today we have announced the appointment of Oliver Storey as a Partner in its London corporate team. This appointment expands the reach of Ince’s corporate practice with new debt financing expertise.
Ince has responded to evolving client needs by continually enhancing its ability to provide public and private market corporate finance advice and services. The firm brings together professional services with capital raising capabilities for ambitious growth companies, with deep expertise in a range of sectors and jurisdictions.
Oliver brings a wide range of legal experience in London’s corporate finance market, including advising listed and private companies, investment funds, private offices and government departments on their financing needs. His significant fundraising, transactional and M&A experience perfectly complements the firm’s mission to drive value creation for businesses though providing bespoke capital solutions and expert legal advice.
Adrian Biles, CEO, The Ince Group, said:
“Oliver’s appointment marks an exciting addition in the continued development of the group. Our clients will be able to streamline their advisory relationships and benefit from the knowledge we have of public and private markets, wealth management, and legal services. The combination of Ince Corporate Finance, our Acquisition of Arden Partners, and recent hires of highly experienced advisors, means we are well placed to match clients ever-changing needs. Oliver will be a great addition to our team.”
Commenting on the new hire, Julian Clark, Global Senior Partner at Ince said:
“I am delighted to welcome Oliver to the firm. His breadth of experience and sector knowledge will greatly enhance our corporate team and our corporate finance offerings through Arden and Ince Corporate Finance. This is a very exciting time for the practices and our client offering so Oliver’s appointment is timely.”
Oliver Storey, Partner at Ince added:
“In today’s highly competitive and challenging markets, corporate clients need clarity from receiving insightful, pragmatic and commercial advice. Ince’s global reach and breadth of experienced practitioners mean that the firm is ideally positioned to provide this support. I am looking forward to being part of the team and supporting the corporate and corporate finance practices’ continued growth.”
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