DWPF rebrands following management buyout

Financial advisory firm DWPF has changed its name following a management buyout and the retirement of its managing director and sole shareholder.

David Wilde is retiring after a long and distinguished career in the financial advisory world, and his company has been bought out by a new organisation set up by DWPF’s senior management team of Daniel Tyerman, Hamish Tulloch and Simon Johnson.

The new firm will be known as Evolution Infrastructure (Evo Infra), with no loss of continuity for clients and all employees of DWPF transferring to the new business, with the exception of Wilde.

Evolution Infrastructure will continue to offer financial advisory (debt / capital raising, M&A support) and financial modelling services (model build, model audit, modelling training) to the infrastructure, renewable energy, and energy transition sectors.

“Evo Infra’s acquisition of the business and assets of DWPF means clients continue to benefit from the high quality of work performed by the team in the infrastructure and project finance sectors,” said managing partner Daniel Tyerman.

“I am hugely excited to be taking the business forward with Hamish and Simon, and the wider team, and am confident that with the changes already made, the current pipeline of work, and the ideas we have for the future, that we’ll create a thriving business that goes from strength to strength.”