The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards 2019

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Castle is delighted to announce its sponsorship of The Scale Up Business of the Year Award at the prestigious Lloyds Bank National Business Awards 2019.

Now in its eighteenth year, this flagship awards programme recognises and rewards excellence across all sectors in the UK.

Any UK company has a chance to win, whether public or private, regardless of size or industry. Any company can tell its story, from large private and public companies, through to thriving entrepreneurial businesses, promising start-ups or established SMEs.

Being a finalist in itself is a huge achievement, with the winners announced at a black-tie dinner held at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane on 12 November 2019.

Castle’s Stuart Stepney comments: “Castle has had the privilege to have worked with some remarkable growth businesses over the years and it is hugely rewarding to see them develop and thrive after all the hard work and sacrifices involved.  It is quite apt then that we now have the opportunity to sponsor the scale up category, and we are really looking forward to meeting the UK finalists on this exciting journey. Castle would like to take this opportunity to wish all involved in the process the very best of luck.”


Castle Corporate Finance Proudly Sponsors the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards UK 2019

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9th July 2019

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What is NOT a qualifying trade?
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;
  • the generation or export of electricity or the generation of heat or any other form of energy; producing gas or fuel.
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