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Rickitt Mitchell is delighted to announce the double promotion of Kaine Smith to Director and Adam Lovell to Manager

Kaine has advised on a wide variety of deals since joining the firm in 2013, including trade disposals, private equity investments and IPOs. This has culminated in the successful delivery in recent months of Vision Support Services’ sale to US based WestPoint Home, Veincentre’s investment by Palatine Private Equity and PHD Private Equity’s investment in Auto Marine Cables.

Kaine also acts as a key representative for Rickitt Mitchell’s global network M&A Worldwide, leading international collaboration and heading up its TMT sector activities.

Neil Mitchell, Rickitt Mitchell Partner said: “I’m delighted to announce Kaine’s promotion, he has been an integral part of the Rickitt Mitchell team, none more so than in the delivery of VSS, Veincentre and Auto Marine this year. This is a significant milestone for Kaine and is testament to his hard work and dedication to the firm over the last few years. He has shown he has everything it takes to excel in a more senior role, and we feel this is the right time to promote him to Director”.

Adam has been promoted to Manager after supporting the team in the delivery of several transactions since his arrival from EY in 2017. He has been particularly busy in 2019, becoming involved in several challenging assignments and taking on responsibility for client management within the deal teams. Neil said: “I’d also like to congratulate Adam on his promotion, which is well deserved. He has developed significantly in the last 12 months and we look forward to seeing his continued progression”.

Rickitt Mitchell is actively seeking to bolster its team in the coming months via new hires at Executive and Associate Director levels, in response to its strong pipeline of opportunities going into 2020.

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11.11.19