Tom Smith

Tom Smith

Tom Smith qualified as a Chartered Accountant with PwC, and joined Livingstone in 2014. Whilst at PwC, Tom spent three years with clients in the Financial Services sector and a further year in the firm’s Transactional Modelling team gaining particular experience in the Industrial sector.

Education & Qualifications:

  • University of Birmingham
  • ACA
Speciality

Latest Insights

News

Graham Carberry | Oct 2018

Cursor Controls has been acquired by DiscoverIE Group plc

Cursor Controls has been acquired by AIM-listed discoverIE Group plc, a leading international designer, manufacturer and supplier of customised electronics

Neale Sutton, Managing Director of Cursor Controls, commented: "I cannot speak highly enough of Graham, Tom and the rest of the Livingstone team. They proved an incredibly supportive and committed partner throughout the entire process, demonstrating impressive knowledge of our market and delicately balancing the interests of each stakeholder group to ultimately deliver the best possible outcome."
News
Industrial
Sell-side

News

Daniel Domberger | Sep 2018

BestX has been acquired by State Street

BestX, provider of ML-led fintech software for data analytics and start-up of the year 2018, has been acquired by State Street

Oliver Jerome, Co-founder & Director of BestX, commented: “Technically brilliant and tactically astute, the Livingstone team looked after us every step of the way. They developed a deep understanding of our business and our market in a very short period of time, allowing them to offer invaluable advice. We are delighted with the outcome and grateful to them for their insight, expertise, and dedication.”
News
Media & Technology
Sell-side

In The Press

Tom Smith | Jul 2018

Test and measurement sector, EPDT

Put to the test: Test and Measurement sector investment stands strong

In an article published this month in Electronic Product and Design, Tom Smith, Associate Director at Livingstone, explains why the sector has remained so robust and how the UK has reinforced its position as the second largest T&M market.
In The Press
Industrial