DELCOR Family Office welcomes the formation of the DELCOR Corporate Advisory Group. The Corporate Advisory Group provides mid-market transaction management and strategic advice for business divestments, mergers and acquisitions, debt advisory, capital raisings, company re-structures and IPO’s.
With more than 30 years experience, the team is made up of specialist advisers with corporate and investment bank experience in Australia, Asia, US and Europe.
Peter Graham, Director
Post University, Peter worked with chartered accountants Ernst & Young before moving into banking, initially with Westpac and then UBS. The role was to provide Australian resource companies with financing, including commodity loans, and structured hedging facilities.
Peter moved into equities by joining Tolhurst/Patersons in 1995. After several years in research, Peter moved to corporate advisory. General IPO/ECM transactions are Peter’s area of expertise.
Simon White, Corporate Distribution
Simon commenced broking at Patersons Securities, before joining the Sequoia Financial Group’s Institutional desk in 2015. He has experience on a wide range of Equity Capital Market transactions including a significant role in the lead management team for the $170m Trimantium GrowthOps IPO.
Simon is a former AFL footballer for Carlton where he spent 8 years working in a High Performance team environment. Communication plus social and networking skills learnt in that environment, have been most beneficial in his new corporate role.
Brock McLean, Corporate Distribution
Brock started in transaction services at PwC, working on various industry sectors, including retail and aquaculture. After PWC came Lincoln Indicators, where he worked as both a buy side and sell side equities analyst, with a particular focus on the resources sector. Late 2017, Brock joined the team as an institutional adviser, covering all aspects of Equity Capital Markets.
Prior to his entry into the world of finance, Brock played AFL for 11 years at clubs Melbourne and Carlton. Brock, like Simon, believes this High Performance Environment was most conducive for the move into the corporate world.