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At Evelyn Partners we have seen an increase in clients considering an IPO as a possible exit route over the next couple of years. In our upcoming Editions webinar, our panel of experts will provide an update on the IPO market and cover the key considerations you need to take into account in order to deliver a successful IPO. For this session, we are delighted to announce that we will be joined by Neil Shah, Technology Sector Specialist from the London Stock Exchange.

On this recording the panel will consider:

• The current IPO market and outlook
• Why consider an IPO as an exit strategy?
• Success factors, regulatory requirements and challenges
• Tax considerations
• Timelines
• Life post IPO


Neil Cook Corporate finance and transactions
Head of IPO Services

Neil Cook

Corporate finance and transactions

Neil is part of the corporate finance and transactions team at Evelyn Partners. He specialises in supporting companies undertaking capital market transactions, with great experience of providing Reporting Accountant, IPO readiness and IPO and Transaction assist services to companies seeking to IPO.

Jon Balcombe Close

Jonathan Balcombe

Business tax

John is part of the private equity team at Evelyn Partners, which offers comprehensive tax support for PE-backed companies and their management teams, and M&A tax advice for PE sponsors. Jonathan has more than 18 years’ experience providing corporate tax advice to domestic and multinational private clients.

Emily Sharland

Emily Berry (née Sharland)

Business tax

Emily is part of the business tax team at Evelyn Partners, specialising in tax advice for fast-growth businesses, with a particular focus on the tech and fintech space. She does a large amount of work in the broader fintech space and was listed on the Women in Fintech Powerlist 2022.

Director, Technology Sector Specialist

Neil Shah

Neil joined the London Stock Exchange in July 2020 and leads business development for the Tech Sector within Primary Markets. Neil helps privately held UK and international tech and tech-enabled companies and their shareholders evaluate the process and merits of going public in London and founders and management teams connect with advisors and the wider ecosystem.

Neil started his career at Dresdner Kleinwort in the global technology group and co-founded the European technology group at Thomas Wiesel Partners (now Stifel). During his 15 years in investment banking, Neil advised on and helped his clients execute M&A, private placements, IPOs and follow-on transactions across several exchanges and markets globally. He also supported several UK-listed tech companies as their corporate broker.

Time & Location

11:00 - 12:00 GMT

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