We’ve worked hard to build a talented specialist Healthcare and Education focussed team that knows the industry, its people and the M&A market. We pride ourselves on providing independent, insightful, high quality advice to SMEs, investors and entrepreneurs, as well as private equity firms and venture capital firms.
Gordon Hamilton, Managing Director
Gordon founded Alpha Helix after buying out Nexus Corporate Finance from the Nexus Group. Gordon has over twenty years' experience advising healthcare companies, both public and private, domestic and international on a range of transactions and financial products.
Sam Rolls, Associate Director
Sam is responsible for assisting with all aspects of deal delivery across both the healthcare and education sectors. He previously worked for Darwin Alternatives, an alternative investment fund, and he has passed the IMC and is a certified CFA charterholder.
Bettina Salomon, Analyst
Bettina joined Alpha Helix as an analyst in September 2019. She is responsible for assisting Gordon with deal coordination. Prior to joining Alpha Helix, Bettina was an intern at Nexus Investments.
Christian Bestel, Senior Analyst
Chris performs research, analysis and financial modelling for Alpha Helix. He previously worked at Deloitte in South Africa for three years and completed a three-month secondment in Boston.
Ollie Clark, Analyst
Ollie performs research, analysis and financial modelling for Alpha Helix. He previously worked as a data engineer responsible for implementing valuation models and system architecture for asset managers. He holds a BCom (Honours) degree in Statistics and Finance form Stellenbosch University. He has passed level 2 of CFA.
Welcome to Alpha Helix
We are pleased to announce that on 12th March of this year, Gordon Hamilton led the MBO of Nexus Corporate Finance (NCF), therefore we have re-branded as Alpha Helix Corporate Finance (AHCF).
The team will remain unchanged and will continue to provide independent advice to exciting and fast-growing UK SMEs in the Healthcare and Education sectors.