CyberHive raises £1.8m to accelerate growth

Tuesday. May 11, 2021 / Simon Hill

Hill Coates Associates’ usual role in deal origination is to introduce established companies to our private equity and private investment office clients, but it has been good to be able to introduce the early stage UK cybersecurity company, CyberHive, to its new investors for a £1.8m investment, co-led by 24Haymarket and Mercia Fund Management’s EIS […]

Nice End to My Week!

Friday. Mar 5, 2021 / Simon Hill

At the end of a long week of “head-hunting”, forgive me for enjoying the warm feeling in this comment from a senior candidate: “Have a great weekend and can I say it has been refreshing and an absolute pleasure working with you. You have been extremely supportive and informative throughout this process and I have […]

Happy New Year from Hill Coates Associates

Monday. Dec 30, 2019 / Simon Hill

Happy New Year from us all at Hill Coates Associates and we resolved to remind our private equity clients of Hill Coates’s ABC: A. Origination of pre-assessed potential acquisitions usually with a “Pathfinder” prospective chairman or chief executive if not a whole MBO/MBI team B. Introduction of senior sector/PE-experienced executives who can collaborate during an […]

Rare Combination of Corporate Finance and Executive Search Boutique

Tuesday. Jun 4, 2019 / Simon Hill

After over a decade of helping its private equity and private investor clients to find investee companies and the management teams to lead them, Hill Coates is actively working as as a rare combination of corporate finance and executive search boutique. Crucial to this is our Pathfinder Programme which originates senior executives from specific sectors […]

Hill Coates sponsors Combat Stress Clay Shoot

Friday. Sep 28, 2018 / Simon Hill

For the fourth year running Hill Coates Associates has been pleased to sponsor the hospitality package at the Combat Stress Clay Day at the Royal Berkshire Shooting School at Pangbourne. This was particularly apt in this centenary year of the end of the First World War when so many soldiers were executed for cowardice for having […]


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