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Another award, thank you for the compliment:

“The DealMakers ‘End of Year’ Annual Awards 2012, celebrates the leading, most prolific firms, that have continually displayed a huge degree of quality, tenacity, and ability to punch above their weight, within their area of specialization.

The DealMakers ‘End of Year’ Annual Awards 2012 showcase to our unrivalled readership those firms who are truly the most competent across all areas of Private Equity, Banking and Finance, Law and all those who continue to provide assistance to the clients they retain, within areas such as Corporate Finance, Investment Banking, Providers of Alternative Finance and, of course, areas of the Due Diligence community consisting of Environmental, Commercial, Risk & Insurance, to name but a few.

I am pleased to announce your firm as a winner in the DealMakers ‘End of Year’ Annual Awards 2012 campaign.

Over the last year we have assessed internally, via our esteemed panel of judges and across our entire readership, those firms that are of note and that truly deserve to be crowned a DealMakers ‘End of Year’ Annual Awards 2012 winner.

During the judging process many factors are considered, such as client retention, speed of response and assistance, ability to navigate complex situations, whilst ensuring that the client is not concerned or unsure of what the outcome will be, regardless of the scale of the matter in question.

We feel it is imperative that all firms in receipt of a DealMakers ‘End of Year’ Annual Awards 2012 award, are made aware of the level of prestige that such an accolade provides, thus ensuring the DealMakers ‘End of Year’ Annual Awards 2012are the most prestigious of all awards campaigns….”

Regards,

Louise Jones

DealMakers International

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