Verde Corporate Finance (CF), the corporate finance arm of the Greenaway Scott Group, has welcomed a number of new starters in 2018 as it continues to flourish and develop.
Verde CF, which specialises in offering bespoke growth finance, and mergers and acquisitions solutions to the region’s fastest growing businesses, has added three new staff as its kick starts 2018.
The Cardiff-based business has appointed Peter Wright as its chairman, and welcomed Ewa Modzelewska and Joanna Pogorzelska, to the team.
Peter Wright will combine his role as chairman of Verde with his on-going role as chairman of Greenaway Scott. Prior to joining the group, Mr Wright worked in a strategic investment capacity with Finance Wales Plc, Natwest and Fortis Bank.
Ms Modzelewska joins as a corporate executive from KPMG where she has worked since 2012 across a number of sectors including renewable energy, clean energy and manufacturing. Ms Modzelewska will concentrate on the transaction side of the firm, along with the development of new projects, which has grown since its launch 12 months ago.
Ms Pogorzelska will act as a research analyst for the corporate advisory firm having previously undertaken an economics degree at Cardiff University.
Director of Verde CF Craig Blackmore said he was thrilled to welcome Mr Wright, Ms Modzelewska and Ms Pogorzelska to the team.
“The latest additions to the team reinforce the impressive growth that Verde has seen this year. We look forward to working with them to achieve even more success going forwards.”
Verde Corporate Finance and Greenaway Scott work as a multi-discipline professional advisory team around all aspects of the mergers and acquisitions market. The model is unique in Wales as a fully integrated professional advisory service acting as one group within the mergers and acquisitions field.
In 2018 the Group has worked with some of the region’s fastest growing businesses.
They have raised equity and debt finance for businesses including the award-winning school and club communication business Schoop, the trading community platform PaperClip, cloud based diagnostic platform Signum Health, and specialist property software business Sorbet.