Convex Capital announces new Partner


Promotion follows outstanding run of deal success

Convex Capital, the global corporate finance boutique, announces that it has promoted Tim Marlow to Partner, with immediate effect.

With his promotion, Marlow, who joined the firm in 2006, will join Neil Worsley, Mike Driver, Chris Froggatt and Nathalie Blake at the head of the Firm.

Marlow will continue to advise entrepreneurs and owner-managed businesses on the sale of their equity across his specialist sectors, including e-commerce, technology and retail.

Tim Marlow Convex Capital

In 2014, Marlow has worked on a number of high profile clients including the £110m sale of electronic cigarette company Nicolite’s to Philip Morris, the largest deal of its type to date. He also structured the deal to sell leading online clothing retailer Mainline Menswear to JD Sports plc.

Commenting on his promotion, Tim Marlow said:

“I am proud to be made Partner at such a progressive and successful firm. I will continue to relish working for Convex’s ambitious and enterprising clients.”

Neil Worsley, Managing Partner of Convex Capital, said:

“Tim’s outstanding run of successful deals speaks for itself. He is a great adviser and accomplished deal maker; a real asset to Convex.”

Convex is enjoying a record period of success, having completed ten deals already this year. Convex’s entrepreneurial team thrives on working with self-made owner-managers in order to maximise the equity value of their businesses. Earlier this month, Convex structured the multi-million pound sale of one the UK’s largest independent brands in sports nutrition, PhD Nutrition, to B&B Investment Partners.

With a thriving international client base, Convex continues to expand with its immersive market knowledge and discreet, highly targeted potential purchaser selection process.


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