Castle sees double at South East Dealmakers Awards!

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Castle Corporate Finance is celebrating the double after winning two prestigious awards at the Insider South East Dealmakers Awards 2018, which were held on Thursday 1 February at The Copthorne Effingham Park Hotel.

The team was presented with Corporate Finance Advisory Firm of the Year for the third time since 2014, and an individual award was also bestowed upon Managing Director, Stuart Stepney, who was named Corporate Finance Adviser of the Year – a title he has now won four times.

Stand out deals for Castle in 2017 included: growth capital investment in Kit for Kids; acquisition of Glenside Care by The Raphael Hospital; and the acquisition of Pace Media by The Specialist Works Group.

Stuart Stepney said, “This year saw a record attendance, so we were pleased to win two of the most sought-after accolades on the night.  We had an amazing 2017, completing over £60 million of deals and raising more than £35 million of debt and equity for clients. We are most grateful to our clients and professional contacts who continue to support us, and made it possible to be on stage once again – it is very much appreciated.”

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