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Award to recognise top team

This year Accountancy Age is including an award for corporate finance teams as part of the annual awards. It will go to the team which has pulled off the best deal of the year.

Open to departments operating within established firms and smaller boutique corporate finance firms where qualified accountants make up the majority of professional staff, the winning entry will have to demonstrate that it has provided timely and innovative advice. Judges will be looking at innovation in terms of initiating the deal, novelty in the deal’s structure, awareness of the market place and the delivery of good value.

Remember, entries should only be about a single deal. Entrants should submit a report of up to four full pages of A4 satisfying the entry criteria, together with any supporting information that you feel is relevant. Entries should also include a 250-word synopsis of your entry. Please note that the judges are looking for adherence to the entry criteria and succinctness.

Entry forms are available at www.accountancyage.com/awards. Your entry must arrive by 23 July and include 10 complete copies of the entry and supporting documents.

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