Corporate Finance Staff

Adarsh Shukla

Investment Analyst

Adarsh is born and raised in Hong Kong and is an MSc Finance graduate from Cass Business School and obtained a first class MA(Hons) in Economics and Business Law from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh.

His professional experience spans through roles across global equities and portfolio management teams at firms such as Quilter Cheviot Investment Management. Following his interest to aid the capital and corporate development of entrepreneurs and businesses, he transitioned into the Corporate Finance and Advisory industry. Previously working as an investment banking analyst at Wimmer Financial, leading the due diligence process to deliver equity and debt financing packages for large-scale project financing. Outside of finance, he has had an amateur professional career in cricket representing Hong Kong in tournaments across Asia, and previously founded a social enterprise for investment and financial literacy.

Latest News - 08 Apr 2020

Financial Investment Highlights

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?

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Latest News - 08 January 20

Digital house sales revolution kicks off within new-build sales sector

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.

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Latest News - 07 June 19

Addison Lee sold to MBU Capital for £22.75m

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.

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