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Singer Capital Markets is a leading investment bank dedicated to supporting ambitious UK growth companies and their investors

We have specialist capabilities, deep experience, and a proven track record of client success in the UK small & mid cap market. Our business is built on over 100 years of capital markets heritage and is today one of the largest corporate stockbroking platforms in the City.

Our promise to our stakeholders

We are driven by:

The trust we instil

You can trust us with your share price, our advice and you can trust our project management.

 

The care we provide

We care about your day-to-day life as a plc and we care about your investment decisions.

The results we deliver

Our ambition is to deliver shareholder happiness and liquidity to your stock, fulfilling your growth ambitions.

Our business in numbers:

100+

Corporate Clients across Small Cap, Fledgling, AIM and FTSE 250

75%

Staff own shares, creating a strong and unique partnership culture

115 years

A firm built on long-standing capital markets heritage

A firm built on long-standing capital markets heritage

1907 - Singer & Friedlander Founded

The firm was founded by Julius Singer in London in 1907. Singer was joined soon after by Ernst Friedlander.

1957 - Singer & Friedlander IPO

By 1957, the firm was able to go public. The IPO helped make the bank an attractive takeover target.

2005 - Acquisition by Kaupthing Holdings UK Limited

Singer & Friedlander plc moved its headquarters from the City of London to One Hanover Street, London. At the same time, Kaupthing Holdings Limited relocated to the same building and the titles emerged to form Kaupthing Singer and Friedlander.

2006 - Singer Capital Markets is Founded

With the backing of Singer & Friedlander, Tim Cockroft, who was previously a founder-shareholder of Peel Hunt, set up Kaupthing Singer and Friedlander Capital Markets with the sole aim of servicing the UK Small and Mid Cap Market.

2008 - Singer Capital Markets Acquires KSFCM

As a result of the impact from the 2007-2008 financial crisis, the UK Treasury uses the Banking Act 2008 to transfer Kaupthing Singer and Friedlander's Kaupthing Edge deposit business into ING Direct, with the rest going into administration. In response, Singer Capital Markets acquires the entire share capital of KSFCM.

2012 - Singer Capital Markets & N+1 Brewin Merge

In response to the financial crisis, Singer Capital Markets merges with N+1 Brewin to form "N+1 Singer". The strategic merger was formed to capture a recovery demand from mid-cap groups as government debt problems began to ease.

2021 - N+1 Singer rebrands to become Singer Capital Markets

To champion the heritage of our old brand, N+1 Singer rebrands back to Singer Capital Markets but in a more modern and progressive brand design which is reflective of our culture and values today.

Proudly supporting & funding over 100 Corporate Clients: