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WHIreland client Versarien confirms acquisition following placing

WHIreland led a fundraising for the fully subscribed placing of £1.1m to enable client Versarien plc (AIM: VRS), to acquire AAC Cyroma Limited for initial consideration of £1.4m, a specialist…

WHIreland named Wealth Management Firm of the Year

We are proud to announce that we have been named ‘Wealth Management Firm of the Year’ in the recent Finance Monthly Global Awards. Every year Finance Monthly Global Awards celebrate…

WYG plc nominated for Best Investor Communication Award at the AIM Awards 2016

Congratulations to our client WYG who have been nominated for the ‘Best Investor Communication Award’ at the 2016 AIM Awards. WYG, a global project management and technical consultancy firm, create…

Proud to be supporting the AIM Awards 2016

We are pleased to be supporting the AIM Awards 2016, and are a proud Sponsor of the Company of the Year Awards.

Markets appear to have brushed off ‘Leave’ vote

Eric Burns, Deputy Head of Institutional Research, discusses how the markets appear to have taken the Leave vote in their stride. Read the full article here.

WHIreland appoints new Group Head of Compliance and Risk

As part of a continuing programme of significant senior appointments at the company this year, WHIreland has announced the appointment of Marc Cane as Group Head of Compliance and Risk.…

WHIreland acted as joint broker to SEC S.p.A (“SEC”) in successful IPO

SEC, the largest advocacy, public relations and integrated communications agency in the Italian Market, has been admitted to the AIM Market.  SEC, together with WHIreland as a joint broker successfully…

Ashley House win Social Impact Company of the Year at the recent Small Cap UK Awards

Congratulations to our client Ashley House on their award for Social Impact Company of the Year at the recent Small Cap UK Awards. This was the third year in a…

A Guide to AIM

We are proud to have contributed to the LSE Group's recent publication 'A Guide to AIM' The full version is available here.