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In the regions, from the regions, to the regions

Annual Reports and Accounts 2021

Mercia is pleased to announce that the Company’s Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2021 is now available to read and download.

Read Mercia’s Annual Report and Accounts 2021

The Insight - Edition 2: Realising Value

Mercia is pleased to announce the publication of ‘The Insight’, Edition 2.

Once again, our quarterly newsletter provides a look into our operations and investment activity, with topical commentary from members of the Mercia team.

Read The Insight here

The Mercia Brief 2021

Mercia’s Virtual Shareholder Event 2021

Join Dr. Mark Payton (CEO), Martin Glanfeld (CFO), Julian Viggars (CIO) and Jill Williams (Investment Director) as they showcase Mercia’s team, portfolio companies and provide an overview of the Group’s recent performance.

A UK leading regional asset manager

Our approach to investing has evolved over many years and is predicted on the cyclical nature of private capital deployment in the regions, where optimised returns are driven through deep industry experience and buying well through the cycle.

Mercia by numbers

c.£872million
AuM
1000+
Transactions
c.400
Portfolio companies
c.100
Team members

Video: Mercia's 2021 preliminary results presentation


Mercia is a proactive specialist asset manager with a focus on regional businesses seeking capital to scale their businesses, offering investors a diversified range of products across debt and equity.

Our business model has been predicated on the cyclical nature of private capital deployment, where optimised returns are driven through deep industry experience and buying well through the cycle.

A trusted business partnering with high growth potential businesses, we have completed more than 1000 transactions in the last five years backing some of the most exciting businesses the UK regions has created, including Blue Prism, Native Antigen Company, nDreams, Voxpopme, OXGENE and Woodall Nicholson.
Ian Metcalfe - Chair, Mercia

The execution of Mercia’s strategy is making good progress.
Ian Metcalfe

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