Instinctif Partners advises on flotation of ThinkSmart

Instinctif Partners will advise on ThinkSmart Ltd’s corporate and capital markets communications going forward, following its work on the business’ AIM flotation last week.

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Giles Stewart

ThinkSmart, a provider of point-of-sale finance products, listed on AIM in London last week (2 December), while de-listing from the ASX (Australian Stock Exchange).

ThinkSmart has a long-standing relationship with UK electronics retailer Dixons.

Ned Montarello, executive chairman at ThinkSmart, said: “Listing on AIM is the next exciting step for ThinkSmart, building on our 14 year track record of supplying point-of-sale lease finance to UK consumers and businesses via our relationship with Dixons Retail and our new relationship with Carphone Warehouse.

“We are looking forward to working with Instinctif now that we are listed. They are a professional team whose input will be invaluable to ThinkSmart.”

Giles Stewart, who will be leading the account team, added: “We are delighted to be working with ThinkSmart as it begins its journey as a listed company on AIM. It has a great team, a compelling product offering and a proven, profitable business model. We look forward to working with ThinkSmart going forward, helping it deliver on its clear plans to grow the business in the UK.”

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