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Category: Corporate & Institutional Broking News

Overseas markets facing selling pressure – Mike Ingram

Chief Market Strategist, Mike Ingram, speaks to BNN. The equity markets in the U.K. and Europe can't escape the selling pressure that sent Wall Street stumbling last week. Michael Ingram,…

WHIreland appoints Paul Jones to new role as Chief Operating Officer

WHIreland Group plc, the Wealth Management and Corporate and Institutional Broking firm, today announces the appointment of Paul Jones as Chief Operating Officer. Paul, who joins the executive committee of…

MiFID II for Quoted Companies – What you need to know

MiFID II: A brief summary Market in Financial Instruments Directive (“MiFID”) became law in the UK in November 2007. More recently, the European Commission reviewed the MiFID framework and concluded…

Stocks shrug off US shutdown, dollar dips

Chief Market Strategist, Mike Ingram, speaks to Reuters. Watch the interview here

How is the UK Economy performing?

Hear our Chief Market Strategist, Mike Ingram talk to CNBC about his views on the UK economy. Click here to view.

The dawn of a new era in financial markets

In his latest article for the Yorkshire Post, Eric Burns, Director of Research, WHIreland Corporate & Institutional Broking, discusses the implications of MiFID II on the provision of investment research by brokers. Read…

WHIreland Corporate & Institutional Broking – New Appointments

WHIreland Corporate & Institutional Broking (‘WHIC&IB’) is pleased to announce appointments in Sales and Corporate Broking as part of its ongoing commitment to corporate clients as ‘Advisers for Growth’. John…

WHIreland advises FB Investors LLP on its recommended partial offer for Sutton Harbour Holdings plc

WHIreland recently acted as financial adviser to FB Investors LLP (“FB Investors”) in its partial cash offer for Sutton Harbour, an AIM listed company. FB Investors led by Philip Beinhaker,…

WHIreland raises £5m for Wey Education plc

WHIreland acted as nomad and sole broker to Wey Education plc (“Wey”) on a fundraising (via an Accelerated Book Build) to raise £5m. The funds are to be used to provide…

AfriTin admitted to AIM – £4.5m raised

WHIreland Nomad & Broking client, AfriTin, was admitted to AIM on 9 November with a market capitalisation of £11.6m. A placing and subscription forexisting and new institutional and sophisticated private…