Quentin is a corporate finance lawyer. Having trained with Pinsent Curtis, spent a dozen years in the City (many as a senior partner at Berwin Leighton Paisner) and established his own firm in 2002, specialising in corporate and commercial advisory services for high growth technology businesses, including several that he led through IPOs (one of which successfully transferred from the London market to NASDAQ). He was engaged by Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman as a corporate consultant in its London office from 2004 to 2007 and transferred his firm to Burlingtons Legal LLP in 2012, where he continues as a consultant.
Quentin was also one of two founders of Eurovestech PLC, an early stage technology investment company, which was listed on AIM for over a decade, he remains on the Board. He has a wide range of interests, having trained as a mediator, lectured at CASS and Cranfield School of Management and been an adviser to the Investor Relations Society he has also been a partner in a Far Eastern merchant banking advisory business and introduced a company to AIM and then transitioned it to NASDAQ.
He specialises in advising early stage companies both on aspects of funding and structuring commercial deals, he commonly takes an equity position in the company he advises and sits on their advisory boards.