Sealing the deal
Castle Corporate Finance has notched up a trio of
awards for deal-making.
The Tonbridge-based business triumphed at the Insider's South
East Dealmakers Awards 2012.
Director Mike Norrie was named Corporate Finance Adviser of the
Year, with the principal Dealmaker of the Year accolade presented
by television personality Gyles Brandreth.
The team was also named as lead adviser on the Deal of the Year,
the £18 million sale of Sidcup-based energy procurement and carbon
strategy consultancy Power Efficiency to Balfour Beatty.
Mr Norrie, a chartered accountant who launched Castle Corporate
Finance with corporate banker Colin Harvey in 2008, was hailed as a
"real mainstay of the market".
"We were extremely proud to win these high profile awards," he
said. "We work very closely with business owners, guiding them
through what is always an emotional process, helping them to
achieve the best outcome for them and their company."
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