Further awards success for Quercus Corporate Finance

February 8, 2019
Quercus Finance

We are delighted to announce that Andrew Clegg has won the title of 2019 Dealmaker of the Year at the South East Insider Dealmakers Awards, which celebrates the best industry professionals in the region.

The judging panel announced Andrew’s win stating: “Last year was an outstanding one for him, as he led the Quercus team that has generated record fees and deal completions. He personally led on five deals, a mix of acquisitions, disposals and buyouts, as well private equity investment. As an important and well-respected figure in the region, Andrew was the outstanding dealmaker of the year.”

Andrew commented: “I am extremely proud to be recognised by my peers  but the reality is that the growth and success Quercus has achieved as a business over recent years has been down to the strength and depth of our team and our global reach so, while individual awards are very flattering, they are equally a reflection of the organisation as a whole. I would like to thank all of the team for their incredible commitment and skill and also our clients for their support and trust.”

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