Centrus works closely with a wide range of highly respected and leading companies across a diverse range of industry sectors. Our clients range from private sector clients, public sector clients, non-profit clients to Trustees etc. We have an unrivalled breadth of knowledge based upon specialist sector know-how and established financial markets experience in banking, financial advisory and corporate treasury. We deliver value by optimising clients’ strategies, offering innovative solutions and implementing preferred options. By providing market insight and transparency through execution, we are able to reduce our clients’ funding costs as well as supporting them in managing their treasury and funding risks. Our clients are also able to access market leading technology solutions on a cost effective basis, which provide monitoring and reporting services and deliver increased efficiencies, reduced risk and improved governance.
Corporates & Financial Institutions
Coverage of the Corporate & Financial Institutions in the UK and Ireland includes banks, public and privately held companies and including general trading corporates, trustees, financial guarantors and lessors and investment companies. This grouping requires a wide variety of financial and treasury advisory services together with treasury valuation and reporting services.
Centrus has supported clients from this these areas in delivering or re-structuring capital markets and treasury transactions, and is able to offer our treasury valuation system and reporting services to support the operational treasury requirements of the business. In addition, we have advised banks and institutional investors on specific transactions and restructuring opportunities or where they have sought advice on the lending and investment opportunities in specific sectors where Centrus has recognised specialist expertise.
For the trustee market, Centrus has significant experience of acting as an independent financial advisor, drawing on its capital markets and financing expertise to provide tailored, pragmatic advice in the context of the obligations and duties of the trustee, particularly where market conventions or practices have changed or where the provisions of an existing transaction require specialist interpretation and assurance from a market expert.