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Deloitte Ireland wins Corporate Finance Firm of the Year Award
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) announced today that Deloitte was ranked number one globally based on revenue in the forensics and dispute advisory (F&DA) services sector.
The award recognises the quality of the services provided by the Deloitte Corporate Finance team, which offers an extensive range of strategic advisory services to corporates, financial institutions and public sector clients.
“We are delighted to be recognised with this award. This award is testament to the hard work and commitment to our clients shown by the team at Deloitte. By providing local expertise, along with a global support network, we are ensuring our clients get the breadth of knowledge and support that they require.” - Ronan Nolan, Partner, Corporate Finance
Deloitte's corporate finance practice provides expert and in-depth advice to corporate clients, private equity houses, MBO/MBI teams, entrepreneurs and government. By drawing on the specialist knowledge of our practitioners within the Corporate Finance practice, in addition to expertise in other areas of the business, the team advised clients across an array of services including M&A, debt advisory, transaction services, reorganisation services and forensic and dispute services.
The Finance Monthly Global Awards celebrate the most outstanding individuals and firms who have demonstrated excellence, depth of knowledge and innovation in their respective fields.
“The constant trickle of good news stories in 2012/2013 has no doubt brought confidence back to the financial and legal sectors. This confidence has seen firms go beyond the consolidation phase and move into real growth, a fact reflected in our research process. We are delighted with the level of participation this year and I extend my congratulations to all winners. The winning firms will no doubt continue to experience growth through their commitment to excellence.” - Editor-in-chief, Finance Monthly, Mark Palmer