ACG Holland, the Dutch arm of the global organisation focused on driving middle-market growth, is pleased to announce the shortlisted nominations for its 2019 Growth Awards.
The winners will be announced by Joof Verhees, former Managing Board member of Dutch Investment Bank Kempen & Co following a live vote on Tuesday 25 June at our annual awards event in Amsterdam. Register to attend here.
Best PE Exit Award: recognises the PE Firm who has achieved the best exit on a mid market M&A transaction in the Netherlands. Sponsored by TIC Advisory.
Best Advisor Award: recognises the adviser who has achieved significant success on mid market M&A transactions in the Netherlands. Sponsored by Bolster Investment Partners.
Innovation Award: will recognise the company showing exceptional creativity and talent while having a significant positive impact on their region, community or a sustainable development goal. Sponsored by Levine Leichtman Capital Partners.
Deal of the Year Award: recognises the most impressive corporate middle market deal in the Netherlands. Sponsored by Orange Clover.
The Growth Awards recognise the achievements of mid-market companies and their advisors in the Netherlands. Nominations for the awards were submitted by the ACG Holland members and a short list was selected by a panel represented by the event organisers and the event sponsors; Bolster Investment Partners, Levine Leichtman Capital Partners, Orange Clover and TIC Advisory.
ACG Holland Chapter Executive: Justine van Buttingha Wichers;
This is the fourth ACG Holland Awards and building on the success of previous events we are excited to now evolve the format. This year it’s our members and guests who will determine who wins in a live vote during the event on June 25. We’re as keen as they are to see who wins so why not join us and find out.”
The Association of Corporate Growth in Holland was set up in March 2005 as a networking forum for professionals active in private equity and M&A to exchange information on corporate growth and meet others with similar professional interests. Since then this non-profit organisation has grown to more than 180 members comprising CEO’s, CFO’s and Business Development Directors of midsized companies that want to achieve corporate growth internationally; as well as dealmakers, M&A advisors and all parties involved in private equity.
ACG Holland is just one Chapter in the global ACG network with more than 14,500 members. Consequently, ACG Holland also creates excellent opportunities for facilitating deal flow and marketing across Europe and beyond –either in one on one meetings or in the annual Intergrowth or Eurogrowth forums.
For more information contact:
Justine van Buttingha Wichers