Castle signs off on another deal!

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Castle is pleased to announce a multi-million pound investment in a specialist sign manufacturing business by a private equity group.  Castle was lead adviser to the vendor throughout the engagement, negotiating with the private equity investor and managing the transaction through to completion.

Our client, shareholder and former Managing Director said: “Castle helped guide us through the many challenges that were faced throughout the transaction, being proactive and demonstrating exceptional skills during the negotiation stages.

It was a once in a lifetime event for us, as it would be for many, and Castle proved dependable throughout.

We would highly recommend Castle to anyone looking to go through the same process.”

Stuart Stepney, director at Castle, added: “For legal reasons, we are unable to disclose full details of this transaction.  However, it was a challenging assignment requiring commercial and technical skills in abundance.  We are extremely pleased to have been instrumental in the deal’s conclusion and wish all parties involved the very best for the future.”

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17th November 2016

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