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Jane Coome - Castle Corporate Finance
jane.coome@castlecf.com

Jane Coome

Office Manager

Jane is the life blood of Castle, and has been part of the team since its inception. Responsible for keeping the rest of the team in order and organised, she manages everything from the senior team’s diaries to keeping the champagne fridge stocked, and has the eye for detail on all Castle documents.

When she’s not in the office, she treks the length and breadth of the country supporting Crystal Palace.

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The Castle Corporate Finance Team

A new dawn for Castle Corporate Finance

As part of our exciting three-year growth plan, Castle Corporate Finance has spent the past six months undergoing a period of transformation, seeking to improve…
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A company can be assumed to undertake a qualifying trade, unless it is involved in a non-qualifying trade. Examples of non-qualifying trades are:
  • dealing in land, shares or financial instruments;
  • providing finance or insurance;
  • leasing or receiving royalties or licence fees;
  • legal or accountancy services;
  • certain property-based trades such as property development, farming, market gardening, hotel management and operating or managing nursing homes or residential care homes;
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