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Amy Griffiths | Colliers | London - West End

Amy Griffiths

Director - Debt Advisory

National Capital Markets

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Professional Summary

With over 20 years’ experience in the finance sector as both a lender and advisor, Amy specialises in providing advice and execution support to enable her clients to raise finance with confidence.  Amy has a client centric approach and proven track record of optimising terms whilst reducing execution risk.

Amy has a broad knowledge of debt products and capital providers, across the credit spectrum, from traditional banks and challengers to asset based lenders, bridgers and credit funds. This enables her clients to optimise their capital structure to support their strategic objectives, from acquisitions and refinances to working capital and shareholder realignments.

Her financing experience spans all core sectors including: commercial and residential real estate, construction, healthcare, hotels and leisure, logistics, manufacturing, social housing and student accommodation.  


Amy joins Colliers from EY where she was a Director of Capital and Debt Advisory.  Prior to joining EY she spent 10 years with RBS in various roles including real estate finance and leverage finance, leading teams to structure and execute funding solutions for clients.  She also worked with the RBS Future Williams & Glyn Board to undertake a strategic business review for the corporate bank to underpin the Banking License application and drive business performance, ahead of the proposed divestment.

Her transactions expertise include: commercial and residential real estate development and investment financing; asset backed lending; multi-funder corporate capital raises; acquisition financing; dividend recapitalisations/shareholder realignments; and pre-IPO funding.


Ba (Hons) Financial Services


Service Lines

Debt Advisory

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