Pippa Hunter

Pippa Hunter
T: +44 (0) 207 246 0540
E: pippahunter@catalystcf.co.uk

Pippa is a Senior Analyst in our Research team.

Her chief responsibilities are to produce detailed analysis of transaction trends in a variety of sectors and to provide bespoke research to support deal delivery. 

Pippa is also a member of our Consumer and Construction sector teams.

Before joining Catalyst, Pippa was an analyst at CIL Management Consultants where she worked on over 30 commercial due diligence projects across a variety of sectors. During her time at CIL, she developed a keen interest in the consumer and construction sectors, working on the sale of Original Additions to PDC Brands and Elysian Capital’s acquisition of Raymond Brown, amongst others.

She has an MSc in International Management from IE Business School in Madrid and a BSc (Hons) in Psychology from Durham University.

Outside of work, Pippa enjoys long-weekend walking holidays, tennis and trying new things.

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