Jonathan has lived and worked extensively in both the US and Europe. Over his 20+ year career he has advised a variety of public and private companies, financial institutions and family offices on a range of transactions in the US, Europe and Asia.
Jonathan started his career at JP Morgan in New York (FIG) and Los Angeles (Media & Tech) before returning to the UK as a founding member of LongAcre Partners. This group grew to become a leading European Media/Digital Media Corporate Finance Advisory boutique, ultimately selling to Jefferies where Jonathan became MD in the Global Media and Internet team.
“Stella EOC was instrumental in securing an external debt provider for the convertible debt note. M-Files has a long-standing relationship with the firm, and the team at Stella EOC continuously provides us with great insight and support.”
“Stella EOC ran a well-structured process exploring various transaction structures with multiple bidders. The Stella EOC team all worked tirelessly with management to deliver a successful outcome for JPI Media and its stakeholders.”
“Once again it was a pleasure to work with Stella EOC on yet another Xllnc acquisition. Their deep sector expertise was helpful in understanding the full potential of Replace and what they could achieve by joining forces with Xllnc. Their team worked tirelessly to design and find the right transaction structure, providing thoughtful and sound advice throughout the process. As the industry M&A experts in this field, we are very happy to have Stella EOC on our team as Xllnc continues to grow.”
“We are extremely pleased with this outcome; this is another successful partnership with Stella EOC which has proved to be instrumental in making the deal happen. Their extensive knowledge of the market and never-ending energy have been essential in ensuring a safe and quick execution of the transaction that will strengthen Xllnc’s leading position in the ITAM/ITAD market even further.”
“Stella EOC’s knowledge of the Norwegian P2P market and its practices were fundamental contributors to this transaction’s success. Their knowledge of Cxense, its shareholders and the Board, as well as their assistance in liaising with local Norwegian advisors, were all vital to this successful acquisition.”