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GP Bullhound

GP Bullhound

GP Bullhound is an advisory firm providing advice on mergers and acquisitions and private placements.

The firm was founded in London in 1999 and today has offices in San Francisco, Stockholm, Berlin, Manchester and Paris.

GP Bullhound
IndustryInvestment Banking
HeadquartersLondon U.K.
Area served
Key people
Hugh Campbell (Co-Founder)
Manish Madhvani (Co-Founder)
Per Roman (Co-Founder)
Martin Smith (Chairman)
Number of employees
WebsiteGP Bullhound


GP Bullhound was founded in 1999 and is headquartered at 52 Jermyn Street in London, with additional offices in San Francisco, Stockholm, Berlin, Manchester and Paris.

In 2015, the firm was recognized as one of 1000 companies to inspire Britain, by London Stock Exchange, ranked by Real Deal Hot 100 as one of UK's fastest growing private companies, and awarded M&A Boutique Investment Bank of the Year at the M&A Atlas Awards and Best Technology Dealmakers at the Acquisition International M&A Awards.

In 2014, GP Bullhound was awarded Best M&A Firm at the Bully Awards, and won the Award for Financial Services Deal of the Year at the M&A Advisor Dealmaker’s Awards with the sale of Pozitron to Monitise. Co-founding partner Hugh Campbell was named one of North West 42 Under 42 by Insider Media. In 2013 the firm was awarded two awards at Acquisition International's M&A Awards 2013; UK Boutique Investment Bank of the Year and Leading Advisers of the Year. Co-founding partner Manish Madhvani was named Dealmaker of the Year at the M&A Advisor 40 Under 40 Awards. In 2010 the firm was awarded four separate awards; Corporate Finance Boutique of the Year, M&A Boutique Investment Bank of the Year, Deal of the Year and Green Deal of the Year, for the being the sole M&A advisor on the sale of Concentrix Solar.


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