Now in its 19th year, the annual Private Equity Awards are the longest running and most prestigious Private Equity awards in Europe. This award recognises the overall achievement of asset-based lenders in the calendar year of 2019 reflecting success in winning new business, delivering innovative ABL structures and creative documentation, growing market share while maintaining credit quality and developing teams.
Working with Cass Business School and a judging panel of 18 leading industry practitioners, these awards stand apart in both rigour and prestige.
Jeremy Harrison, Head of Sales ABN AMRO Commercial Finance UK, said: “This award is a great result for ABN AMRO Asset Based Finance and huge thanks and congratulations to our national and international teams for this achievement! Our ability to execute deals across Europe gives us an advantage particularly as we head towards Brexit. We are also completing transactions despite the pandemic and helping PE and other stakeholders with innovative funding solutions for both existing and new Clients.”
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