TLT has been shortlisted for seven awards across six categories at the Northern Ireland Dealmakers Awards 2020, including Corporate Law Firm of the Year for the second consecutive year, following another strong year of growth.
The annual Dealmakers Awards recognise the high quality professional advisory firms and funders in Northern Ireland and some of the best deals in which they were involved.
TLT has acted on some of the stand-out deals of the past year, five of which have also been shortlisted in their categories:
Bank-funded Deal of the Year
- advising AIB on the acquisition of Gruig wind farm by Foresight Group
Private Equity/Venture Capital Deal the Year
- advising Par Equity on its investment in digital health company BrainWaveBank
Deal of the Year (£2.5m - £10m)
- advising HSBC on £10m funding injection for vegetable side-dish company Mash Direct
Deal of the Year (below £2.5m)
- advising Par Equity on its joint investment with Kernel Capital in Datactics
- advising management on the MBO of Northern Tree Services
Associate Grant Edwards, is shortlisted in the Emerging Dealmaker of the Year category, which recognises individuals under 35 who have made the biggest impact on the NI deals market over the year.
TLT corporate partner Andrew Jennings says:
“We’re delighted to have been shortlisted in so many categories at this year’s awards, demonstrating the expertise TLT has in the corporate market in NI and reflective of our rapid growth, especially given the team’s fairly recent inception in 2018.
“I am pleased in particular to see Grant Edwards nominated in the Emerging Dealmakers category, in recognition of his high standards of work and proven commitment to driving value and growth for clients and contacts in the region.”
TLT offers a full corporate service across England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, with offices in Bristol, London, Belfast, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester.
The winners will be revealed at the Europa Hotel in Belfast on 12 March 2020.
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