Flagstaff Partners is an Australian independent corporate advisory firm. The Firm’s principals bring together first class Australian and International corporate finance advisory expertise and experience, along with leading capital markets advisory capacity.
We provide clients with high quality corporate finance and capital markets advice, free of conflicts. Our guiding ethos is to work with clients on a trusted adviser basis over the longer term.
We advise across all industries and provide strategic corporate finance advice, equity capital markets advice and debt advisory, and also advise on complex & special situations, divestments & demergers, mergers & acquisitions, capital structures & dividend policy and Government privatisations.
We have a range of alliances with independent advisory firms in Europe, North America and Asia, which complement Flagstaff Partners’ other international relationships.
Flagstaff Partners is named in recognition of the commercial importance of Flagstaff Hill in the nascent colony of Victoria. With its commanding view of Melbourne in 1840, it became the signal station which displayed the flags that announced the arrival and departure of ships and their port of origin, providing vital commercial advice to the citizens of Melbourne.
Flagstaff Partners provides independent and bespoke financial and strategic advice on a range of corporate finance areas.
Financial and strategic advice to boards and companies on critical corporate finance issues, often on a longer term basis.
Challenging and complex situations that require exacting analytical, structuring and commercial expertise.
Asset sales, spin-offs, carve-outs and other portfolio optimisation transactions.
End-to-end advice and management of public market and private treaty M&A transactions.
Strategic capital management and capital structure reviews and advice.
Asset sales, concessions and public-private partnership transactions.
Advice on arranging and executing equity capital markets transactions including IPOs, placements and rights issues; buybacks and market sell downs.
Structuring and negotiation of debt and capital market facilities.