Castle goes one better at Dealmakers Awards

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Castle has been shortlisted 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 Year
  • Dealmaker of the Year: Stuart Stepney
  • Corporate Finance Adviser of the Year: Victoria Ansell
  • Deal of the Year (transaction size above £10m)

The Deal of the Year nomination relates to the international sale of Brightwell Dispensers to Seko S.p.A which completed in April 2019.

Managing Director Stuart Stepney, himself nominated for one of the individual awards, said: ‘We are really proud that we have been shortlisted for four awards this year. It demonstrates that Castle never rests on its laurels when it comes to ongoing performance, and we continuously strive to improve the service and experience for our clients.

We look forward to celebrating with all the other nominees and wish them the best of luck.”

The team will attend a gala dinner on Thursday 6 February where the winners will be announced.

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