Shannon Cox

Shannon Cox
T: +44 (0) 20 7246 0545
E: shannoncox@catalystcf.co.uk

Shannon is a Principal in our Debt Capital Markets team and has six years of corporate finance and debt advisory experience.

He works with both corporate clients and financial sponsors helping them access new sources of debt capital and manage existing debt facilities.

Recent deals include advising Rutland Partners on its acquisition of Armitage Pet Care.

Prior to joining Catalyst, Shannon worked in the Capital Advisory team at Grant Samuel, a leading independent corporate adviser based in Sydney. He focused on large corporate transaction including corporate refinancings, debt extensions and acquisition financing in the value range of $200m to $1bn. He started his career at Deutsche Bank where he was a part of the Infrastructure and Utilities team. Shannon graduated from The University of Sydney with a degree in Economics and Finance.

In his spare time, Shannon enjoys rugby and a good drop of wine.

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