Castle: Corporate Finance Advisory Team of the Year 2015

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Castle recognised once again by the South East corporate Finance community at the Insider South East Dealmakers Awards 2015

As well as receiving the prestigious Corporate Finance Advisory Team of the Year for the second year running, Stuart Stepney received Corporate Finance Adviser of the Year, an accolade he also won at the 2013 and 2014 Dealmakers Awards.

[columnize]Mike Norrie said “as a boutique firm, we are proud to have won two more awards following our successes in 2014. We really appreciate the support of all our professional friends and colleagues”.

Stuart Stepney commented “the competition was tough this year, so we were really thrilled to win not one but two awards.  We have had great support over the years on these awards and we thank all those that voted for us and made it possible once again, it is very much appreciated”

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Castle Win Corporate Finance Advisory Team of The Year at the Insider South East Awards 2015.

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