Investment research and analysis

PMH Capital is a B2B consultancy firm, which provides corporates with investment research, consultancy and analysis services. Additionally we invest our own funds, using value / GARP (growth at a reasonable price) based principles to identify potential deep value plays. Key customers include Equity Develpment, a boutique smallcap research house.

For purely educational purposes in August 2019, we published an updated edition of our popular laymen's guide to stock market investing in order to help non-professionals. It aims to cover the basics - such as risk vs reward, price vs value, possible strategies to adopt, controlling one's emotions and how to find interesting shares. No personal advice is intended or being given - and as always please do your own research and reach your own conclusions.

Indeed according to award winning stock picker, Simon Thompson at Investors Chronicle in 2016, the original version of the guide was "an Essential read " and "Paul Hill [PMHCap Founder] is more than just a smart investor, he is a fine equity analyst too".

Elsewhere we offer organisations services helping clients launch and sell their own products. As examples we’ve provided services to customers operating in the mobile/online casino gaming, digital dictation, IT and financial information industries.

In summary our corporate services include:

1) Business development and sales - within the online/mobile gaming, IT services, financial information and digital dictation markets.

2) Corporate Finance - Acquisitions, disposals, valuations, transaction management and MBOs/MBIs;

3) Commercial Finance - Price & contract negotiations, scenario analysis & gaming, restructuring & right-sizing, business development, investment appraisal and strategic/tactical advice;

4) Business startups - Developing business/financial plans, raising capital and commercialising innovative ideas;

5 ) Negotiations - eg with 3rd parties such as customers and suppliers

The founder Paul Hill was also the final stage prize winner for 'Portfolio Construction Theory' in the 2012 'Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment' exams (see FT article - right hand corner).