Quantuma, the leading business advisers and corporate recovery specialists, has appointed Fardeen Nariman to its new corporate finance team. Fardeen comes with nearly 10 years’ experience of closing complex mergers and acquisitions and fund-raising deals, and has in-depth knowledge of the healthcare and technology sectors.
His previous roles have all been M&A focussed at KPMG, the Royal Bank of Scotland, August Equity and American Express. Most recently, he worked as an independent advisor providing buy-side deal support and assisting SMEs in their fund raising efforts.
Mark Lucas, a partner at Quantuma who heads the company’s corporate finance team, said: “Fardeen has a wealth of experience across many corporate finance sectors, and he is a welcome addition to our team.
“His arrival will help Quantuma to further grow the expert corporate finance services we offer to our clients, enabling them to create, build, grow and ultimately realise their investment and hard work in the most tax-efficient manner.”
Carl Jackson, managing partner at Quantuma, said: “Fardeen is a seasoned corporate finance professional with a decade of experience advising on investments and mergers and acquisitions across Asia, the USA and Europe.
“His appointment to our corporate finance team is an exciting step forward in our business plan to grow not only our national network but also our service lines.”
Fardeen, who will be based in Quantuma’s London office, said: “I am delighted to be joining Quantuma, which has impressed me with its spectacular growth in recent years.
“The company has a clear vision for its future and I am looking forward to playing my part in helping the company to grow its corporate finance services for its clients.”
Quantuma recorded 21% growth in the financial year to 31 March 2017 and now employs over 100 staff.
In 2017, it grew its six office network in London, Southampton, Marlow, Watford, Brighton and Bristol to eight, with new openings in Manchester, serving the north west, and Birmingham, serving the Midlands.
Its growth has also resulted in the Bristol and Southampton offices relocating to larger premises.