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Victoria Ansell - Castle Corporate Finance
victoria.ansell@castlecf.com

Victoria Ansell

Director

Victoria spent the first ten years of her career as a corporate and commercial lawyer in Kent, advising owner managers and SMEs on a wide range of transactions. Now, as an owner and director at Castle, she brings a wealth of experience from those days, and a unique perspective which enhances the Castle offering to our clients

“I relish the challenge of getting under the skin of a business, and understanding the objectives and vision of the entrepreneurs and management teams behind them. No two businesses are the same, and every business owner has a different dream. I love being able to play a role in making their aspirations real.”

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

“I love being active, so an ideal day for me is spent outdoors – exploring the countryside with my boys, climbing trees, building dens, shooting, getting muddy – followed by some really good food and wine with friends. My erstwhile alter ego is a rock chick, but she’s not often allowed out to play these days!”

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