Dyke Yaxley are making a real difference to local businesses thanks to our membership of a specialist network. We are the only locally-based practice to be part of The Corporate Finance Network.
And as part of the exclusive organisation, we have access to the most complete and practical business advice available in the UK, so our team is perfectly placed to help SMEs flourish.
Mark Bramall, said: “Our membership of the network has led to an increase in both the volume and value of the deals we’ve done, and it’s been a great chance for us to work with a whole range of companies.
“The CFN specialises in raising finance for businesses, and offering advice on buying or selling companies, so as members we are able to use our expertise to help local business owners secure the right deal for them.”
As part of their CFN membership, Dyke Yaxley is also an accredited member of the Association of Crowdfunding Experts – a sister association of the main network.
“This Association provides training, technical updates, news and sector developments in marketing resources to advisers, brokers, and anyone working in the crowdfunding arena.
“The new organisation has been created as the CFN believes the time has come to offer specialised advice in this growing market area, in helping companies to complete more deals of a higher quality and ever-increasing values,” said Mark.
Kirsty McGregor, Chairman of The Corporate Finance Network, and founder of the new Association, said: “CFN has always been at the forefront of new developments and have been promoting and educating our members about crowdfunding since it first appeared on the UK business finance scene many years ago.
“Our firms have been working tremendously hard to find solutions for clients who are seeking to borrow funds, or complete a corporate buy or sell transaction.
“Thanks to the specialist nature of our network, we are able to concentrate on continually identifying alternative lending sources and sharing those with our member firms, so that they can offer the latest market-leading advice.”
Dyke Yaxley Director, Mark Bramall