Further awards success for Quercus Corporate Finance

February 5, 2017
Andrew Clegg

Quercus Corporate Finance is delighted to announce that one of its partners, Andrew Clegg, has been crowned Corporate Finance Adviser of the Year at the 2017 Insider Dealmakers Awards.

This is the second consecutive year Andrew has won this prestigious award - his third in total - which is voted on by the Corporate Finance community across the South East of England.

Nick Standen, Chairman of Quercus, commented:

“I am delighted that Andrew's achievements have once again been recognised this year.  He continues to play a key role in the south east M&A arena with a deserved reputation for providing high quality advice and getting deals done."

Andrew Clegg added:

"This award is a great honour.  It reflects not only a very successful year but also an enormous amount of hard work put in by the whole of the Quercus team.  In the post-Brexit environment we continue to see strong momentum in the mid-market and expect 2017 to be another strong year for deals."

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