Castle shortlisted for prestigous awards

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We are pleased to announce that Castle has been shortlisted for four direct awards and three deal awards at the forthcoming Insider South East Dealmakers Awards 2018

The awards are designed to showcase and celebrate excellence in the corporate Finance community.

The awards include:

  • Corporate Finance Advisory Firm of the Year
  • Catherine Lambeth – Young Dealmaker of the Year
  • Stuart Stepney – Corporate Finance Adviser of the Year
  • Stuart Stepney – Dealmaker of the Year

Castle has had an excellent year, advising on a broad range of transactions, completing over £60 million of deal value and raising more than £35 million for our owner-managed clients.

Winners will be announced at the Gala Dinner on 1st February 2018.

 

 

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