ICA Partners is one of Australia’s leading boutique advisory firms.
In 2012, Ironstone Capital Advisory was established by Michael Siede, Aaron Simcock and Greg Arandt. Alistair Craib also joined in 2013. The firm’s four advisory principals have a combined 80+ years’ experience across energy, resources and infrastructure disciplines gained from their time in senior roles at leading investment banks.
We have carved a niche as experts in the infrastructure, energy and natural resources sectors, and we are a trusted independent advisor to ASX100 companies, governments, superannuation and infrastructure funds and developers across our industry sectors.
With a team of over 20 professionals, who completed over 30 transactions in FY19, ICA Partners brings deep expertise to the areas of strategic advice, M&A, debt and equity advisory, PPPs, project finance, takeover defence and capital raisings.
ICA Partners has worked with leading corporate and financial clients in our specialist sectors.
Examples of our advisory roles include
- Bright Energy Investments (Synergy renewable energy fund platform)
- Explaurum’s defence to Ramelius Resources’ takeover
- Sell side advisor for ANU Student Accommodation
- Advisor to Sydney Airport on its energy procurement strategy and corporate PPA
ICA Partners was the top financial advisor by deal value for 1H19, and was second in the number of transactions completed in 2018 in the Australian Power, Energy and Renewables sector (source: Inframation).
Ironstone Capital Advisory has recently rebranded to ICA Partners. The rebrand is a consequence of the firm’s evolution and is reflective of the significant transformation underway across the energy, resources and infrastructure industries.
In addition to our market leading advisory service and given broad sector participation and industry connections, we can provide unique solutions to clients.
ICA Partners is also at the forefront of exploring opportunities to leverage our renewables and mining expertise to assist infrastructure and mining clients move towards clean energy solutions.