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Rebecca Partridge - Castle Corporate Finance
rebecca.partridge@castlecf.com

Rebecca Partridge

Senior Manager

From a degree in English Literature at Cambridge University, Rebecca made the decision to move into a career in Finance.  While training and working as an accountant (FCCA) in major accounting practices she gained a diverse experience in tax,  insolvency & restructuring and forensic accounting before finding her home in lead advisory.  Rebecca decided from an early stage in her career that working with owner managers and SMEs was what she enjoyed doing – advising people to help them to achieve their ambitions.  After leaving BDO following seven years in the M&A team, Rebecca worked as an interim Finance Director supporting high growth owner managed businesses.

“The leap from practice into a company leadership role was a learning curve I will never forget, but certainly honed my understanding of what a corporate Finance transaction means for a company and its owners, and steeled my resolve to make this work better for business owners.”

Rebecca joined Castle in May 2019 as a senior manager.

She hears there’s more to life than corporate Finance…

Although holding ambitions to exercise frequently, host superb dinner parties and write a best seller, Rebecca is more usually found enjoying a local pub quiz, attempting to understand Minecraft and playing unicorns with her three children.

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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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