Quercus deal nominated in the Thames Valley Deals Awards

October 7, 2021
Andrew Clegg

Quercus Corporate Finance LLP is delighted to announce that one its deals has been nominated in the 2021 Thames Valley Deals Awards.  The nomination, in the mid-size deal category, is for the sale of Camo Limited (trading as Simply Waste) to Biffa Plc, a high profile transaction in the UK waste sector.

Nick Standen, Chairman of Quercus, commented:

“I am delighted for the team. It is always pleasing to be recognised by one's peers and I am delighted that the sale of Simply Waste has been singled out.  It was at the time of completion the largest waste sector deal since lockdown and presented numerous challenges given the unique macro-economic backdrop.  The waste sector has managed to cope relatively well with the stresses and strains of the past 18 months and we would expect to see further deal activity in the year ahead."

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