Awards Hat Trick for Castle!

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Castle Corporate Finance is delighted to have netted three accolades in the 2018 ACQ5 Global Awards.

The team won UK Corporate Finance Advisory Firm of the Year and UK Owner Managed Business Advisory of the Year, whilst Managing Director, Stuart Stepney, secured the UK Corporate Finance Adviser of the Year category, against stiff competition.

The ACQ5 Global Awards, launched over thirteen years ago, recognise organisations and individuals that demonstrate an ability to deliver services and skills to meet clients’ needs. This year total nominations stood at their highest level ever.

Stuart Stepney, Castle Managing Director, comments “This is a fantastic achievement for Castle, and winning three UK awards emphasises our growing reputation as one of the leading corporate Finance advisers to the owner-manager, and highlights our capabilities and approach to delivering the best outcomes for our clients.  We are honoured to be successful once again in these prestigious awards.”

Jake Robson, Editor, adds: “The 2018 ACQ Global winners represent the best of breed in all industry sectors and have earned these honours by standing out in a group of impressive finalists. We are lucky enough to work with some of the most influential and enterprising private organisations in the world.”

 

 

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