Castle win national award

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Castle Corporate Finance is proud to have been awarded “UK – Owner Managed Business Advisory Firm of the Year” for a second year in a row in the ACQ Global Awards

“To be recognised for a second year running, is testament to Castle’s consistent visibility in the owner-managed arena, our target market” said Mike Norrie, founder of Castle.  Stuart Stepney, Head of M&A at Castle added, “We operate in a highly competitive environment, we are therefore honoured to have secured this prestigious award for a second consecutive year. This award recognises the team’s hard efforts to be the pre-eminent corporate Finance advisor to UK owner-managers.  We remain grateful for the continued support from the ACQ subscribers in selecting us as award winners once again”.

“The 2015 ACQ5 Global Award winners represent the best of breed in the industry and have earned these honours by standing out in a group of very impressive finalists. We are lucky enough to work with some of the most influential and enterprising private organisations in the world and are proud to share their message with our readers. Relying on reader insight and experience to provide nominations to the panel remains the cornerstone of our program and to identify industry leaders, individuals, teams and organizations that represent the benchmark of achievement and best practice in the business world.” said Jake Robson, Editor in Chief of ACQ. “The total number of nominations received stood at an amazing 32,966.  The full list of winners will soon be announced at and advertised on


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