Our Profile

Our Profile

Founded by Peter Webb, one of the most successful smaller company specialists of the past 30 years, Webb 360 Consultancy has been created to go beyond his traditional capital for equity only offering and to bring a multitude of added value services to the SME client.

Our criteria for new business is simple:

  • We engage with clients who share similar business values to us founded on honesty, integrity and trust;
  • We only act for clients whose businesses and markets we fully understand;
  • We prefer to engage with growth companies where we believe we add considerable value through our own expertise and our network of close associates;
  • We act for companies where we are rewarded for our added value services through a combination of fees and performance incentives.
Directors & Officers

Peter Webb, Chief Executive Officer

Peter has worked in the City for almost 40 years and during that time has established a strong reputation amongst business people and investors for his knowledge, innovative approach and track record of investing in UK smaller companies.

Prior to forming Webb 360 Consultancy to focus on delivering his personal expertise directly to business, Peter was the founder of Webb Capital plc, a holding company for his fund management activities that have now been sold to Peterhouse Capital Asset Management where he retains a consultancy role. He was also the founder and Chief Executive of Unicorn Asset Management Ltd, which he established and managed from March 2000 to July 2008.

Peter began his fund management career at Thornton Investment Management Ltd in January 1988 and subsequently established his first fund management company, CW Asset Management in 1993. He sold CW to Rutherford Asset Management Ltd in 1995 where he became Investment Director until it was acquired by Close Brothers in 1996.

Following a management buy-out in association with Granville Holdings Ltd, a private bank, Webb assumed responsibility for building its institutional fund management business and served as a main board director of Granville until its takeover by Robert W. Baird Ltd in 2000,