JPMorgan Private Equity Limited (LSE: JPEL, JPZZ, JPSZ), a closed-ended investment company that invests in the global private equity market, has named Liberum Corporate Broker.
The Guernsey registered, London Stock Exchange-listed company's aim is to invest in a diversified portfolio of private equity fund interests and by capitalising on the inefficiencies of the secondary private equity market.
It invests in private equity partnerships and direct investments in Europe, North America and Asia. It has gross assets of $560m, net asset value of $400m and a market cap of $260m.
Company website >>
Corporate access: Regan Connor
Liberum Aerospace and Defence Analyst Ben Bourne discusses on Bloomberg TV the European defence backdrop to the Jan 31 visit to the UK by French President Francois Hollande.
Keiron Arnold has joined Liberum as IT Development Manager after three-and-a-half years managing Credit Suisse's credit risk management development team. Prior to this Keiron worked for Investec.
He holds an MSc in Information Systems Development from the London School of Economics & Political Science.
He spent seven years with Computer Sciences Corporation from 1998 to 2005.
Keiron is the latest in a series of appointments at Liberum which has seen Drew Hendrickson join as Senior Sales Trader focusing on the U.S. equity client base, Justin Bates become our analyst covering Specialty and Other Financials and Marcio Remedios join our corporate access team.
Liberum by the numbers
Rockhopper Exploration plc, (RKH.L), a UK-based oil and gas exploration company with a £400m market capitalisation and interests in the Falkland Islands, has appointed Liberum as Corporate Broker. Following a transaction in 2012 with Premier Oil, Rockhopper is fully financed through the development of the major Sea Lion discovery and retains cash for further exploration.
Rockhopper website >>
Equity Capital Markets: David Parsons +44 (0) 20 3100 2125
Labour leader Ed Miliband pledged at the party’s conference on September 24th, 2013 to freeze UK gas and electricity bills for 20 months if it wins a May 2015 general election.
In this presentation made at a Cornwall Energy conference in London Thursday, Liberum Utilities analyst Peter Atherton reviews the impact of that commitment.
His colleague Mulu Sun contributed to this presentation.
Peter Atherton >> +44 (0) 20 3100 2088
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Bibliothèque, the design partner that Liberum worked with on its rebranding, has posted details of the project on its website.
Bibliothèque website >>
"A cornerstone of Liberum's approach is to 'cut through' other market noise to research that counts for all its corporate clients," explains Bibliothèque founding partner Tim Beard.
"This dynamic attitude, is reflected in a new logotype and visual language which embodies a fresh, distinctive, and tailored approach to its business," he adds.
The Liberum research note, he says, "is one of the hardest working tools in the Libeurm communications palette. It needs to convey detailed information, to analysts and investors, with both efficiency and clarity. Bibliotheque developed the systems and visual language, that has been translated into templates for all research communications."
An article on the project can also be found in Design Week.
Design Week article >>
Tim Beard, Bibliothèque +44(0) 20 7377 8060
Adam Smallman, Liberum Head of Content +44 (0) 20 3100 2177