we are lexington corporate finance
Our experienced team helps investors, companies and entrepreneurs achieve growth and realise value from their businesses and investments. We offer a flexible, responsive service where our relationships are built upon mutual trust, respect and success
measured by our results
We succeed when you succeed. Our approach to fees is always straightforward and transparent. By aligning our incentives with yours, we are as motivated as you to achieve the right result
we walk in your shoes
Running and growing a business is hard work. We understand the challenges you face and approach things from your point of view. By understanding your values and aspirations, we can provide practical advice and effective solutions
creative and motivated
Lexington is distinguished by its team of creative and motivated people. At the heart of our business is a client centric culture. This approach guarantees high performance and customised results for you
Lexington approaches every client’s requirements with the same consideration as though they are our own. We believe corporate advisors must do more than offer simple advice.
We work with businesses, entrepreneurs and investors who want an experienced professional advisor who shares the same beliefs and ambitions for success. From strategic advice on growth plans, fund raising, acquisitions and disposals, we add expertise and measurable value.
After 30 years of owning and growing Burns Pet Nutrition I felt that it was time for me to retire and hand over the reins. Lexington took time to understand the business and its culture, and walked us through the process step by step. They have been an excellent corporate finance partner and I am delighted that in Assisi Pet Care they have found a partner that is a good fit for the Burns brand to grow in a responsible, ethical way. I’d have no hesitation in recommending them or using their services again.
Founder - Burns Pet Nutrition
HSBC veteran joins Lexington Corporate Finance as a senior advisor as the firm builds on a year of growth. Warren Lewis, 54, retired from HSBC in September, after a 35-year career where he gained invaluable experience across a range of disciplines, from credit and risk management to retail, commercial and global banking. He spent the last eight years as Head of Corporate Banking for Wales, where he supported clients with major restructures, international mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments and MBOs.