Castle triumphs once again at ACQ5 Awards

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ACQ5 Global Awards 2019 UK Owner Managed Business Advisory of the Year: Castle Corporate Finance

Castle Corporate Finance has scored big at the ACQ5 Global Awards 2019 for the second year in a row, securing the following three accolades:

  • UK CORPORATE FINANCE ADVISORY FIRM OF THE YEAR
  • UK OWNER MANAGED BUSINESS ADVISORY OF THE YEAR
  • UK CORPORATE FINANCE ADVISER OF THE YEAR for Managing Director, Stuart Stepney.

The awards recognise businesses and individuals that have had the greatest impact on their industry during the year while responding effectively to market demands, and relies on voter participation and nominations as well as peer reviews as part of the rigorous evaluation process.

Stuart Stepney commented: ‘We are thrilled to have been recognised in three separate categories once again at the prestigious ACQ5 Awards. These achievements are even more poignant given that our success is largely based on nominations and reviews from our clients and peers.

“We pride ourselves on delivering exemplary service to our clients as part of ‘The Castle Experience’ and we work hard to build lasting relationships that resonate on a human level. it is great to see that our approach is being recognised in such a respected arena.”

ACQ5 Global Awards 2019 UK Owner Managed Business Advisory of the Year: Castle Corporate Finance

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13th November 2019

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