Whether preparing a business for exit, raising capital, growing through acquisition or seeking strategic advice, we meet client needs via senior-level attention and independent, innovative corporate finance advice.
Strong track record in capital raising and liquidity events, combining origination strength, structuring expertise and significant distribution capabilities. Our advisory work includes IPOs, follow-on equity issues (rights issues, placings, open offers), secondary sell-downs and other equity-related transactions.
Consistently ranked as the leading M&A advisor in Ireland, our in-house sector expertise and experience is a key market differentiator for clients when choosing advisors to support them in executing their M&A transactions successfully. We combine our broad network of relationships with deep sector knowledge and advisory expertise to deliver a specialist M&A and advisory experience for clients.
Working in tandem with our Capital Markets fixed income team and its international distribution reach, we provide alternative funding options for clients from public markets, private placement, international banks and specialist credit funds, with our specialist team advising on terms, structuring and maturity.
Goodbody Corporate Finance has developed a broad distribution base for private equity investment opportunities and our dedicated team can offer access to a diverse network of venture, private equity, family office and sovereign wealth funds as well as advice and support for companies raising capital.
Finbarr joined Goodbody in 1999 and became Head of Corporate Finance and a member of the senior management team in 2016. Previously with Cazenove, Lazard and PwC, Finbarr holds an engineering degree from University College Dublin and a D ComSc from Cambridge University. He qualified as a chartered accountant in 1993 and is a Member of the Securities Institute.
Interview with Jason Molins, Head of Food and Beverage Equity Research. Jason talks about his team, how ESG is impacting the sector, M&A activity and his view on the outlook for the rest of the year.