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Hacker Young appoints first director of corporate finance

Martin Savage has been appointed as Hacker Young's first director of corporate finance to co-ordinate and develop the firm's finance services.

Savage, a banking and corporate finance expert with 20 years’ experience, has joined from with mergers and acquisitions boutique, Anglo European Amalgamations, where he researched and advised on corporate sales.

He also worked for nine years with Citibank and has held previous positions with a stockbroker and merchant bank.

‘My aim is to exceed the £70 million plus of deals that the firm was involved with last year. I’m implementing a plan to extend the corporate finance services we provide to clients,’ he said.

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