Victoria Ansell joins Castle

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Castle Corporate Finance is pleased to announce the appointment of Victoria Ansell to the senior deal team, as corporate financier.

Victoria joins Castle from law firm CooperBurnett, where she practised corporate law for nearly a decade.

Managing Director, Stuart Stepney said, “Victoria is a fantastic appointment for Castle, bringing a unique perspective to the team that enhances the Castle offering to its clients.”

Victoria Ansell added, “Castle has a great reputation and standing in the region, so I am delighted to have joined the team and look forward to helping drive Castle’s development.”

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