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Retail

Retail

Our main focus within retail is food and beverage with exciting investment opportunities to invest into gastro pubs and restaurants. With UK retail sector sales increasing by 4% each year, this is a massive industry with endless opportunity: the total value of UK retail sales was £339 billion in 2015.
Pharmaceuticals

Pharmaceuticals

According to the figures contained in April 2016's UK index of production, the largest contribution to the increase in manufacturing came from the manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products and pharmaceutical preparations, which increased by 8.6% month on month, the largest rise since February 2014. It is expected that lower costs and a legacy of R&D investment will drive further growth in 2016.
Financial services

Financial services

The financial services industry is vital for the British economy: it employs around 1.1 million people and contributes billions of pounds of tax to the exchequer every year. In 2015 the UK financial services sector continued to expand, with the significantly rising value of M&A transactions, reflecting growing confidence and resulting in several £1bn+ deals. 2015 marked the second successive year since 2011 when overseas acquirers were outnumbered by private equity, both as investors directly from their funds and via their portfolio businesses.
Technology

Technology

Digitial tech industries in the UK are growing 32% faster than the rest of the economy. London has been ranked the number one city in Europe for supporting both startups and scale-ups in the European Digital City Index. According to EY research, the UK Fintech sector currently generates about £20 billion in revenue annually.
Manufacturing

Manufacturing

The manufacturing sector is back on a fast incline. It makes up 54% of UK exports and directly employs 2.6 million people. Since 2013 until now, the sector accounted for 10% or £150.7 billion of national economic output.
Education

Education

Over the past years, the sector has shown a significant growth, with the arrival of half a million foreign students each year. Since 2015 £4 billion has gone into the UK education system and it is expected that another £2 billion will be invested before 2018.