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Justin Shinebourne

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E. enquiries-uk@fgsglobal.com
L. London
Justin Shinebourne

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E. enquiries-uk@fgsglobal.com

L. London

Life at FGS Global

Leads the Equity Advisory & IR practice out of London, supporting companies to maximise valuation, market impact and communication with investors

Life Pre-FGS Global

25 years of Investment Banking experience with Morgan Stanley, HSBC and Barclays including as Head of European Equity sales followed by eight years building Barclays Equity Advisory business

Life Beyond FGS Global

Member of the Board of Trustees with both The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education and The Battersea Arts Centre

Justin joined Finsbury in September 2020 to lead the Equity Advisory & IR practice in London. He brings extensive experience and understanding of investor and market behaviour into a private side and confidential environment to advise company management and Boards on all matters related to their valuation, market impact and communication.

Justin has a strong track record of helping companies to substantiate and shape their equity story narrative so that it aligns and supports sustainable investor engagement. He does this as a retained advisor and to support specific events such as Capital Market Days, IPOs and Activism Defence.

Recent product development includes the creations of a framework to advise on the integration of ESG strategy into the company equity story; a challenging development increasingly demanded by investors.

Before joining Finsbury Justin had 17 years Equity Sales experience at Morgan Stanley, HSBC and Barclays, the last seven as Head of European Equity Sales, followed by eight years in Banking as Head of Equity Advisory Europe in 2012 and Chairman of Equity Advisory Europe in 2018 also at Barclays.

Justin is on the Board of Trustees at The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education, a national charity which aims to raise the achievement of children’s reading and writing skills through teacher professional development and The Battersea Arts Centre, a community based creative hub for the arts and social enterprises.

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