Thinking outside the box

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Castle’s Victoria Ansell features in the April edition of Corporate Financier magazine.

Victoria spoke with Corporate Financier about the detailed deal process involved in the recent sale of AIM-listed Lok’nStore’s records management business, Saracen Datastore, to Iron Mountain.

Read the article here: Corporate Financier April 2019

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9th April 2019

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