Bobby Fletcher

Bobby Fletcher
T: +44 (0) 20 7246 0513

Bobby is a Director at Catalyst and has nine years of corporate finance experience.

He is also member of our Consumer sector team, with a particular focus on restaurants and leisure, including the themes of health and wellbeing.

Recent deals include advising KKR on its £325m acquisition of Travelopia, the sales of UK Heating Group and Bowlplex, and the sale via a management buy-out of Aqualisa. Bobby has also worked with high profile businesses such as Card Factory, Byron Hamburgers, Revolution Bars Group, On the Beach and Watches of Switzerland.  

Before joining Catalyst in November 2013, Bobby spent three years with DC Advisory in both the M&A and Debt Advisory teams. He started his career at Zeus Capital where he focused on private and public Company M&A. Bobby graduated from Nottingham University in 2006. 

In his spare time, Bobby is a keen sportsman and enjoys running, skiing, football and golf.


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