Corporate Finance - M&A - Hatton & Berkeley
Over the last ten years Hamish has worked in corporate finance sector advising market leaders on fund raising strategy, mergers & acquisitions, and feasibility studies for the emerging tech industry.
Hamish started consulting with Hatton & Berkeley in 2015 and has been working on assisting us to acquire and restructure companies in the energy, financial technology and property industries. Hamish has his own investment and consulting firm, focused on paradigm-shifting technologies and businesses, and prior to this he worked in the Institutional Equities Division at Morgan Stanley.
Hamish is Co-Founder of Break Off Capital, an investment & consulting firm devoted to canalising human and financial resources to the advancement of disruptive emerging technologies. Through Break Off, Hamish has been involved in, inter alia, the quantum computing, nuclear, materials, and diagnostics industries. In a similar vein, he is also Treasurer of The Explorers Club, UK Chapter.
Hamish founded HRM Global Investments, a diversified alternative investment and consulting firm, and through this company he is involved in a variety of deals across industries and geographies in both the public and private markets. Examples of deals Hamish has worked on includes fund raising and M&A advisory for an East-African business services company, feasibility for a low-cost airport near Madrid, commercialisation of a composite materials company in Spain, and due diligence on a North-Sea oil investment platform.
Prior to founding HRM Global Investments, Hamish was in the Institutional Equities Division at Morgan Stanley in London where he traded equity derivatives and worked on proprietary structured transactions. Whilst based in London he worked closely with teams in the US, Europe, and Asia.
Hamish holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Oxford (2011), and a Bachelor of Commerce (with Honours) from the University of New South Wales, Australia (2006). During his studies at Oxford, Hamish was an active member of the Finance and Entrepreneurship Oxford Business Networks, and the Oxford University Athletics Club. In addition to university studies he is also a CFA Charter holder.