Benchmark International – The Northern Powerhouse

Benchmark International enjoyed a highly successful year in 2015, completing record numbers of deals across each of its UK and overseas offices.

However, special recognition must go to the North West UK office, which was placed top of the table by deal volume in Experian’s North West and Manchester Annual Corporate Finance Review 2015.

With 40 deals secured solely by the North West office during 2015, it completed more than double the amount of deals than any other adviser in that region, including BDO LLP (18), KPMG (17) and Grant Thornton (17).

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Although this success is very much the result of a combined team-effort across every part of our business, notable mentions go to Nick Hulme and Peter Kelly heading up the Northern Transactions team who Benchmark International would like to congratulate on a very successful year.

James Thornton, Chief Operations Officer commented, “Far and away the best recognition Benchmark International can receive is the comparison of our results against that of our peers. Being placed at the top of such a league table is a very impressive achievement and for that I need to pay tribute to the outstanding team at our North West office.  This recognition is testament to their dedication and drive to deliver great results for our clients”

Benchmark International would also like to thank Experian, New Economy & Pro-Manchester for acknowledging our efforts over the last 12 months. To read more, please follow the below link: http://www.experian.co.uk/assets/business-information/marketiq/corporate_finance_review_pro-manchester_2015.pdf

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