2023 Year End Review

As we usher in our seventh year since launch in 2018, we look back at the past year with immense pride. This year was one that saw us build on the already high highs of 2022 with some exceptional successes both in terms of impact for clients but also in terms of our talent pool.

2022 Year End Review

It’s been an immense year for the Laeceum team as we continue to forge ahead supporting our growing roster of loyal clients as well as those that have heard good things about us and are actively wanting us to work with them.

2021 Year End Review

Words alone will struggle to convey the year we have had and but hopefully the below will give you a sense of what we have achieved with our clients this year and why we are very optimistic for 2022.

2020 Year End Review

Our third year was one that we are unlikely to forget for some time. Like most, this was a year of many firsts for us. Our first sell-side advisory mandate, our first C-level hire, and, our first time working with the tenacious and determined CEO of an aspirant digital challenger bank.

2019 Year End Review

We opened the year with an innovative MBO-style advisory mandate. Working with the ambitious management team of a market leading and profitable data & analytics business, we structured a number of potential exit options, challenged the business plan and refined the pitch.

2018 Year End Review

Whilst many of us have become habitually accustomed to brevity bordering on curtness in our daily correspondence, this short letter may meander, duck and dive much in the same way that Laeceum has in its first calendar year of operation.

Ellie is a part-time Analyst at Laeceum and is currently a third-year undergraduate in Human, Social and Political Sciences at the University of Cambridge. 

Ellie has a keen interest in corporate development and plays a lead role in building out Laeceum’s Advisory capability and university outreach and third sector engagement efforts.

Ellie has prior experience as a Consultant at DeHavilland and attended Harvard’s Model United Nations programme.