Adam Wilson joined MBU Capital as Senior advisor to the board, moving back to the UK from the USA, with primary responsibility to look after MBU’s natural resources portfolio.
Adam is also Chairman Emeritus of Atlantic Carbon Inc.(“ACG”), formerly CEO and Chairman (to April 2019). Adam became chairman of ACG after its listing on the London Stock Market in 2007 and moved to the US full time to develop the company in 2014 as CEO.
After qualifying as a Barrister at Law, Adam began his career at one of the oldest mining banking houses in London, NM Rothschild & Sons in 1994.
In 2004, as CEO, Adam led a management buy-out of Hichens, Harrison & Co. (London’s oldest stockbroker, established in 1803) from Sanlam, who remained as the largest shareholder. The business was floated on the London stock exchange market at £6m and sold 4 years later at £56m, having grown AUM from $60m to over $1bn.
As well as an undergraduate degree in Finance and Accounting, and his Barrister at Law qualification, Adam is a fully certified European FFAS Financial Analyst, holds the AIIMR (Institute of Investment management and Research) has a postgraduate diploma in Mining Project Appraisal and Finance from Imperial College London and attended an Executive Education Leadership course at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania in 2018.
Making the right moves in Permitted Development
The government is planning a major increase in Permitted Development (PD) in a bid to ‘get Britain building’. But with many existing schemes being criticised for poor quality and tiny residential units which do not meet buyers’ and renters’ needs, how will developers respond to meet the government’s expectations?Read the full story
First fully-digital sales progressions.
The advent of super-fast digital-only house sales has taken a huge step forward after developer and property investment firm MBU Capital became the first to sell new-builds using a digitised end-to-end conveyancing process late last year at a Stevenage development.Read the full story
Global investment house MBU Capital has agreed terms and exchanged contracts.
The property at 17-37 William Road, NW1, was put on the market by a private family office.Read the full story