Established in 2009, RiverRock European Capital Partners LLP ("RiverRock" or the "Firm") provides alternative investment solutions to investors and customised capital solutions to SMEs in Europe.

 

Headquartered in London and with offices in Paris, Milan and Luxembourg, RiverRock offers a broad range of merchant banking services including asset management, financial advisory, securities brokerage and technology solutions.

 

Privately owned, RiverRock is a partnership of high quality professionals operating with a flexible and innovative decision making and investment approach. RiverRock partners and senior management have strong track records in building businesses through cycles. RiverRock’s philosophy is based on ethical partnership and financial alignment with clients and staff.

 

Key activities include credit, private debt, private equity, proprietary investments, financial advisory and securities distribution aimed at family offices, UHNWI, institutional clients and corporations across Europe, USA and the Middle East.

 

RiverRock also offers corporate banking solutions through Riverbank S.A. head-quartered in Luxembourg (http://www.riverbank.eu).

 

Over 60 staff in four offices in Europe; a diverse cultural profile with a powerful international relationship network. 18 nationalities are represented at RiverRock with 17 different languages spoken.

 

RiverRock is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK as an AIFM. RiverRock’s funds in Ireland are authorised and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland and funds in Luxembourg are authorised and regulated by the CSSF.

RiverRock Securities Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK.

RiverRock’s branch in Paris is authorised and regulated by Banque de France & AMF.

RiverRock’s branch in Milan is authorised and regulated by Bank of Italy and Consob.

RiverBank S.A. in Luxembourg is authorised and regulated by the CSSF and ECB.

Adon Capital Limited is authorised and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.