Quercus further strengthens team with new Partner appointment

February 13, 2017
Andrew Clegg

Quercus Corporate Finance welcomes the arrival of Mark Whelan as a Partner.

This latest senior appointment underscores the firm’s ambition to be the financial advisor of choice for businesses across the South.

Mark, who is based in Kent, has completed over 60 transactions and joins from EY.

Mark is a well respected figure in the waste management, recycling and industrial services sectors and previously worked for KPMG and Cleanaway, now part of Veolia.

Mark, who brings over 28 years of M&A experience to his new role, says that it is an exciting time to be joining Quercus.

“The firm's progress over the past three years is highly impressive and the opportunity to work with such a talented and well respected team with a clear strategy for growth was too compelling to turn down."

Nick Standen, Quercus Chairman added:

"I have known Mark for over 17 years and he is a highly experienced operator with an exemplary track record of getting deals done. We are delighted that he has decided to join us and we now offer clients a unique proposition; a partner group with over 100 years combined advisory experience and a track record of over 350 successful deals."

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