Quercus shortlisted three times at the 2015 Thames Valley Deal Awards

March 18, 2015
Andrew Clegg

Quercus Corporate Finance LLP is delighted to have been shortlisted for the coveted ‘Corporate Finance Adviser of the Year’, ‘Deal of the Year less than £25m’ and ‘Deal of the Year greater than £25m' awards in The Thames Valley Deal Awards 2015.

Nick Standen, Chairman of Quercus, commented:

“To be shortlisted in all three categories in our first full year of operation is very gratifying.  These nominations shine a light on our work on the Millgate merger with Countryside and the Acal Enterprise Solutions buyout; two important deals in the local market that showcase our ongoing commitment to providing high quality transactional advice to mid-market companies across the South of England.

These much valued nominations suggest that our work continues to strike a chord across the corporate and advisory communities and we are delighted to have been recognised for it.”

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