Latimer Partners provides M&A and capital raising advice to clients across the Digital Economy – the global ecosystem of businesses whose core product or service offering are run on, delivered via and differentiated by their technology platform.
Our Principals have a long history at senior levels in global investment banks and in running technology and telecommunications businesses. We get tech, are passionate about the digital space and its impact on our market – and have the experience to execute technology deals.
While we focus on the Digital Economy, our transaction capability is broad, including debt and equity capital raising for private and public companies from local and international investors, diverse M&A including sell-side and buy-side for private and public companies as well as takeover advisory in relation to hostile and friendly transactions through both schemes and takeover offer structures. We have a recent and successful record in each of these areas.
We act as the retained adviser acting on multiple transactions for several private and public companies that focus on the digital economy. We believe that this record of repeat deals for several clients over many years reflects the quality of our execution and the trust placed in us by our clients. We invite you to ask them.
Latimer Partners accesses global buyers and investors, as well as deep insights into global technology markets, through its exclusive advisory relationship with Arma Partners.
Advised on $6.0m Placement and $2.5m Share Purchase Plan
Significant minority investment by Pollen Street Capital
Advised on $22.5m sale to Spirit Technology Solutions Ltd (ASX:ST1)
Advised on $5m capital raise
Acquisition of Speedcast Managed Services from Speedcast International Limited
Advised on $5m debt financing
Advised on sale to Nexon Asia Pacific (an EQT portfolio company)
Advised on sale of Newswire to Consortium
Advised on $15.8m sale to Amaysim
Advised on $15m placement and entitlement offer
Advised on placement and SPP
Advised on $3.5m placement to institutional investors