Charlotte Greenhalgh promoted to Manager
Rickitt Mitchell is pleased to announce the promotion of Charlotte Greenhalgh to Manager. The news follows the recent promotion of Kaine Smith to the board, with further hires in the pipeline.
Greenhalgh started her career at PwC where she completed her ACA qualifications, before joining Rickitt Mitchell in 2019 as a Corporate Finance Executive. Since then, she has progressed quickly, supporting on a number of high-profile transactions with a combined value of over £100m. Most recently, Greenhalgh has worked with board members Neil Mitchell and Kaine Smith on the sale of Antler Luggage to Australia based Strandbags and APS Group’s £25m re-finance with Shawbrook Bank.
Rickitt Mitchell has plans to grow its team further in the coming months, with two new imminent hires set to strengthen the team in what is proving to be a busy period for corporate finance activity.
Neil Mitchell, Partner at Rickitt Mitchell, said: “At Rickitt Mitchell we’re always looking at our team structure to ensure it meets the needs of our pipeline of work. With the deals market ramping up to levels not seen since the pandemic began, now is the time to be investing in our people.
“Charlotte brings a level of confidence and technical ability in the corporate finance field beyond her years. She is a highly motivated and hardworking member of the team and we have all been impressed by her proactive approach and effective communication, as well as the quality of work she delivers. Feedback from clients is consistently outstanding and so we are delighted to announce her promotion.”
Charlotte Greenhalgh, Manager at Rickitt Mitchell, said: “My first two years at Rickitt Mitchell have been a great learning experience, as I’ve had the opportunity to play an instrumental role in some high profile and internationally significant transactions. I’m very much looking forward to meeting this new challenge head-on as we anticipate a spur of deal activity in the coming months across key sectors such as tech, life sciences and luxury goods, particularly as lockdown comes to an end.”Back to news