Finstock Capital was founded in 2017 by Edmund Salvesen and Oliver Jenkinson who, having spent ten years working in the City of London, wanted to combine their skill sets and seek to realise value for investors in the private equity space.
Edo salvesen, CFA
Edo joined Brewin Dolphin in 2008 after completing a Masters in Finance. He trained as an equity analyst covering a range of sectors including Tobacco, Travel & Leisure, Aerospace & Defence and Banks. During his time at Brewin Dolphin (£26bn AUM) he was promoted to Deputy Head of Equity Research and became a Chartered Financial Analyst Charterholder.
In 2014 Edo joined Sarasin & Partners as an investment manager focusing on charity and pension fund clients, working closely on their financial strategies and understanding their investment requirements.
Edo has analysed listed equities for the past decade and will provide experience on the valuation and financial modelling aspect of the business.
Edo also sits on the board of Findrack (Hostels) which has operations in Glasgow, Liverpool Newcastle and Edinburgh.
From 2009 to 2018, Oliver worked at City law firm Peachey & Co LLP, a corporate and commercial practice with a wide range of listed and unlisted clients. He was made a partner of the firm in 2014, aged 30. Oliver advised at all stages of the corporate life-cycle from incorporation to sale as well as providing day-to-day commercial advice. Finstock believes this experience will enable him to provide management teams of Finstock’s investments with operational and management advice.
Oliver worked for numerous private equity clients and provides experience on the investment and corporate finance/structuring side of the business.
Oliver also sits on the board of Ascensos, a contact centre business based in Motherwell, Isle of Wight, Holland and Romania.