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DM 2020_Awards-SHORTLISTED (002)

Castle goes one better at Dealmakers Awards

Castle has been nominated for four separate accolades at this year’s Insider South East Dealmakers awards – the business’ best performance to date and one more than last year. Castle has been shortlisted in the following categories: Corporate Finance Advisory Firm of the YearDealmaker of the Year: Stuart StepneyCorporate Finance…

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Whether yours is a large of small company there are lots of very good reasons to enter #KEiBA2020 – visit https://t.co/DEtLOcsfCh

Does your business deserve our Large Business of the Year award? Enter at https://t.co/DEtLOcsfCh [Sponsored by @CastleCF_] #KEiBA2020

Sponsor of @businessawards Scale-up category will be @CastleCF_ following a transformative 3 year growth plan which shows the way for businesses aiming to scale https://t.co/oQ70grYxJ2

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The Castle Corporate Finance Team

A new dawn for Castle Corporate Finance

As part of our exciting three-year growth plan, Castle Corporate Finance has spent the past six months undergoing a period of transformation, seeking to improve…
Boxing Clever

Thinking outside the box

Castle's Victoria Ansell features in the April edition of Corporate Financier magazine. Victoria spoke with Corporate Financier about the detailed deal process involved in the…
Thinking Business

Keeping funds flowing

Castle's Managing Director, Stuart Stepney, is the 'Big Interview' in this month's edition of the Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce magazine, Thinking Business. Read Stuart's…
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Whether yours is a large of small company there are lots of very good reasons to enter #KEiBA2020 – visit https://t.co/DEtLOcsfCh

Does your business deserve our Large Business of the Year award? Enter at https://t.co/DEtLOcsfCh [Sponsored by @CastleCF_] #KEiBA2020

Sponsor of @businessawards Scale-up category will be @CastleCF_ following a transformative 3 year growth plan which shows the way for businesses aiming to scale https://t.co/oQ70grYxJ2

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What is NOT a qualifying trade?
A company can be assumed to undertake a qualifying trade, unless it is involved in a non-qualifying trade. Examples of non-qualifying trades are:
  • dealing in land, shares or financial instruments;
  • providing finance or insurance;
  • leasing or receiving royalties or licence fees;
  • legal or accountancy services;
  • certain property-based trades such as property development, farming, market gardening, hotel management and operating or managing nursing homes or residential care homes;
  • the generation or export of electricity or the generation of heat or any other form of energy; producing gas or fuel.
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