Since 2004 James has advised clients across the broad media and digital landscape, with clients ranging from small entrepreneurial companies to multi-national groups.
James joined Stella EOC in April 2014 as a Managing Director, having previously been a Partner at Lepe Partners, a media and internet focused advisory and investment boutique.
Prior to Lepe Partners, James was a Director in the Media and Internet and International M&A practices at Jefferies, having been part of LongAcre Partners, which was acquired by Jefferies in 2007. James was also previously in the TMT team at JP Morgan Cazenove.
“Stella EOC were instrumental in making the transaction materialise. They provided highly professional financial advice throughout the process and backed it all up with very deep industry networks and excellent intermediary skills.”
“Rentals United is our first investment within the Travel & Hospitality vertical – a vertical the Stella EOC advisory platform has extensive experience from working with a multitude of clients such as eTraveli, Travelstart, flygresor.se over the years. We have followed Rentals United for about a year and have been very impressed by their progress and traction. We look forward to be part of this journey going forward.”
“M&A thought-leaders use Midaxo’s platform to drive systematic, transparent, and constantly improving deal execution from opportunity identification through integration. Since our A-round, we have been excited to work with Stella EOC Capital who shares our vision and supports us in our growth journey. Tusen tack!”
“We are very happy with the way that Stella EOC managed the process. They are very dedicated to the task and the service they provided to us was way beyond what we expected. Stella EOC furthermore guided us through the commercial discussions in an impressive way.”
“Stella EOC worked closely with us and prepared the case in order to secure the equity sponsor and the debt provider as well as assisted in the offer that we put to Bridgepoint. We are very happy with the process and the terms, and that Catella is now our major shareholder.”