Phil Jenkins on ‘Pulse of the City’ | City A.M.

City A.M. | Pulse of the City

In today’s economic landscape, businesses are navigating a storm of increased interest rates, inflation, and rising energy costs. But amidst these challenges, there’s a glimmer of hope for the future.

In City A.M.’s latest Pulse of the City episode, Phil Jenkins, Managing Director and CEO at Centrus, discusses the future of the City of London.

Part 1 | Adapting to a volatile market: challenges & optimism

Part 1 dives into the struggles faced by borrower companies, the quest for stability and adaptability in a volatile market, and the painful adjustment to a high-interest rate environment economic challenges.

Part 2 | Purpose-driven culture: attracting top talent in London

In Part 2, Phil discusses the city’s changing landscape, including the rebound in office attendance and the challenges of flexible work arrangements. Phil also shares a vision for a greener and more diverse London, with improved amenities and attractions.

You can watch more episodes from the Pulse of the City video series at

Centrus named ‘market leader’ by Social Housing Magazine

Market leader in capital market transactions

Centrus has been named market leader in capital market transactions by Social Housing‘s exclusive professionals’ league, having advised on the highest number of HA fundraising transactions in 2023. 

The report found that private placements remain the preferred funding route within the capital markets despite the number of housing association bond deals having fallen. 

John Tattersall, Managing Director at Centrus, shared his thoughts on the report findings alongside comments from Pension Insurance Corporation plc, Addleshaw Goddard, ARA Venn, MORhomes PLC and Savills.

Click here to read the full report