Hyman Capital turns around bleak outlook to report a full order book
News Release: Published 08/10/2020
Hyman Capital, a boutique merchant bank and business adviser, has adapted to the Covid-19 pandemic by making its operations more efficient – relaunching its website www.hymancapital.com and streamlining its sales process to include online video conferencing tools such as Zoom.
In spite of lockdown, SMEs are still looking for advice and funding to buy and sell businesses in the UK and overseas. Hyman Capital was able to advise these clients and is operating at full capacity. Its order book is full, with a growing demand for its services: funding, business advisory and transaction services.
Historically, the firm, which is based in Convent Garden, has conducted business as usual in person, however, in response to these ‘unprecedented times’ the team has continued to make connections, build relations and offer expert advice using a number of online platforms.
Clive Hyman, Chairman and CEO of Hyman Capital, said: “We’ve found that people are receptive to video calls even when they are based at home. They appear to be are managing their diaries more efficiently than if they were in office-based meetings.”
He added: “The ‘new normal’ way of working has worked in our favour, as we have taken the opportunity to restructure our business, which the team has embraced. We have every intention of continuing to operate in this manner.”pportunity to restructure our business, which the team has embraced. We have every intention of continuing to operate in this manner.”