PwC's M&A team has been named Mid-Market M&A Financial Adviser of the Year at Mergermarket’s inaugural Australia M&A Awards for 2018.
PwC was recognised for its market leading, integrated approach to transactions in what has been a busy year for Australian deal making.
The award caps off a strong year of deal activity for PwC's Financial Advisory business that has worked on a range of transactions across multiple sectors. This included the sale of iconic Australian businesses such as Darrell Lea, which also won the Consumer Deal of the Year Award.
M&A lead partner at PwC, Rendle O'Connell said: "This award recognises the importance of our firm’s integrated approach to advising clients, including those operating in the mid-market, bringing the very best knowledge and capability from across the firm to drive outstanding outcomes.
“PwC's deep industry experience, specialised capability in working with private and family owned companies and global network, enables us to provide a complete solution to our clients on a bespoke basis. Our clients are increasingly looking for a single trusted adviser to guide them end to end through the complexities of completing a transaction.
"We look forward to continuing to support our clients’ growth ambitions as we head into a strong deals market in 2019."
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