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We may still be in the early weeks of the new year but never have we been aware at this stage of the year of more equity raises, whether it be IPO’s or existing listed companies looking to raise funds. This is due to the combination of companies wanting to expand into the anticipated economic recovery and a backlog of deals that had been delayed as a result of uncertainty caused by the pandemic and Brexit. With markets believing in a vaccine assured future, along with a Brexit agreement and supportive central banks providing ample cheap stimulus, much uncertainty that existed in 2020 has been removed as companies and investors focus on the future.

Surface Transforms wins contract with Tesla. Oliver Brown, Lead Manager of the MFM UK Primary Opportunities fund, participates in £18m equity raise, purchasing stock at a 17% discount to the closing mid-price on19th January 2021.

J.D.Wetherspoons £94m equity raise provides opportunity for Oliver Brown, Lead Manager of the MFM UK Primary Opportunities fund, to increase weighting in the Fund. The stock was purchased at a 5.3% discount to the mid-market closing price on 19th January 2021.

To conclude the series Oliver Brown talks about how he and his team generate consistent returns and manage the inherent risk associated with equity investing for investors in the
MFM UK Primary Opportunities Fund and why this ought be considered as a staple UK equity holding for investors.

Covid 19, US/China Trade war, the US Election together with the conclusion or possibly lack thereof, of a Brexit trade deal, have weighed heavily on both UK domestic and global market sentiment. Markets have not only digested, but anticipated these events, in other words their perceived impact on the economy as well as the political landscape is now priced in. Oliver Brown, Lead Manager of the MFM UK Primary Opportunities fund is with us today to discuss 2021 and beyond.

Covid 19, US/China Trade war, the US Election together with the conclusion or possibly lack thereof, of a Brexit trade deal, have weighed heavily on both UK domestic and global market sentiment. Markets have not only digested, but anticipated these events, in other words their perceived impact on the economy as well as the political landscape is now priced in. Oliver Brown, Lead Manager of the MFM UK Primary Opportunities fund is with us today to discuss 2021 and beyond.

Covid 19, US/China Trade war, the US Election together with the conclusion or possibly lack thereof, of a Brexit trade deal, have weighed heavily on both UK domestic and global market sentiment. Markets have not only digested, but anticipated these events, in other words their perceived impact on the economy as well as the political landscape is now priced in.
Oliver Brown, Lead Manager of the MFM UK Primary Opportunities fund is with us today to discuss 2021 and beyond.

Covid 19, US/China Trade war, the US Election together with the conclusion or possibly lack thereof, of a Brexit trade deal, have weighed heavily on both UK domestic and global market sentiment. Markets have not only digested, but anticipated these events, in other words their perceived impact on the economy as well as the political landscape is now priced in. Oliver Brown, Lead Manager of the MFM UK Primary Opportunities fund is with us today to discuss 2021 and beyond.

Oliver Brown, Lead Manager – Explains the process behind the investment returns of the MFM UK Primary Opportunities Fund. Why RCBPO have the upper hand when investing in Primary Market Opportunities.