Member of Rickitt Mitchell team shortlisted for Finance Professional of the Year
We are proud to announce that Adam Lovell, Corporate Finance Manager at Rickitt Mitchell, has been shortlisted for Finance Professional of the Year at the 2021 Made in Manchester Awards (MiMA).
Led by pro-manchester, the North West’s largest business development organisation, the Made in Manchester Awards celebrate the best and brightest of Manchester’s young business talent, up to the age of 35.
In his time as part of the Rickitt Mitchell team, Adam has acted on a number of high-profile, internationally significant deals since joining the firm from Ernst & Young (EY) in 2017.
Over the past 12 months, he has acted for Talbot and Muir on its £25.25m sale to Curtis Banks Group Plc; Endless LLP on its disposal of portfolio company, Antler, the well-known UK premium luggage brand; a Capital development fundraise for innovative audio headphone technology business.
In the same time period, he has helped to deliver deals with a total value of in excess of £40m.
Neil Mitchell, Partner at Rickitt Mitchell, said: “Adam has played a significant role in deals the firm has advised on the market on a regional, national and international stage. Despite the challenge’s presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, the he is part of a team that has shone over the past twelve months. This shortlisting is testament to the quality work he and the team provide to our clients, and the proactive approach taken in all aspects of our work.”
With winners set to be announced at the MiMA virtual awards ceremony on 4th February, the whole team at Rickitt Mitchell are fully behind Adam and hope to see him claim the award in the new year.
You can find a full list of nominees for the 2021 MiMA nominees at the following link, as well as information for attending the ceremony at https://www.mimamcr.com/Back to news