UK Young M&A Dealmakers Of The Year Award Winners Announced

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London - IntraLinks, a leading provider of critical information exchange solutions, and mergermarket, an independent M&A intelligence service, have announced the results of the UK Young Dealmakers of the Year Awards.

The new award recognises the top junior deal team members in the UK.

Presented at an awards ceremony in London this week, all 54 winners were awarded with the title of UK Young Dealmakers of the Year to recognise their outstanding achievements on M&A transactions during the last year. All winners are junior M&A deal team members, within financial, legal, consulting or other M&A services, who have been recognised for their work on deals completed between April 1 2010 and April 1 2011.

The winners are representative of the new generation of dealmakers who have demonstrated high levels of dealmaking acumen and were selected by a panel of leading industry experts, consisting of:

Hamilton Matthews, CEO, The Mergermarket Group, Giovanni Amodeo, Global Editor-in-Chief, mergermarket, Scott Moeller, Director M&A Research Centre, Cass Business School, Philip Whitchelo, Vice President for Product Marketing - M&A, IntraLinks

'All of the young dealmakers here have proven their M&A skills during a period when the world has experienced some of the most challenging economic and market conditions for over 60 years', said Philip Whitchelo, Vice President for Product Marketing - M&A at IntraLinks. 'These awards recognise the achievements of a new generation of dealmakers who will become the leading lights of our industry in the years to come. We are pleased that many of the winners have been able to use IntraLinks’ Virtual Data Room solutions to successfully manage their M&A deals and look forward to continuing to work with them in the future'.

The 2011 UK Young Dealmakers of the Year are:

James Dawson, Addleshaw Goddard

Christian Kraus, Alegro Capital

Simon Toms, Allen & Overy

Sachin Agarwal, Arma Partners

Julian Bennet, Augusta & Co

Simon Frost, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Ivan Lim, Barclays Capital

Marcus Johannessen, CITI

Richard Shaw, Clearwater Corporate Finance

Graham Conlon, CMS Cameron McKenna

James Parkes, CMS Cameron McKenna

Dipesh Santilale, CMS Cameron McKenna

Thomas Antonioli, Commerzbank Corporates & Markets

Mustafa Osmani, Credit Suisse Securities (Europe)

Ben Thompson, DC Advisory Partners

Paul Turner, Deloitte

Charlie Steel, Deutsche Bank

Steve Howden, Ernst & Young

Heena Dodhia, Ernst & Young

Bala Krishnan, FirstCapital

Ben Critchley, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Rós Ní Dhubháin, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Christopher Battig, GE Capital EMEA

Edward Rowe, Greenhill & Co

Luke Spells, Hawkpoint Partners

Sally Yassin, Hawkpoint Partners

Philip Corser, Hogan Lovells

Pravin Aswani, Hogan Lovells

Richard Diffenthal, Hogan Lovells

Alexander Paul, HSBC Bank

Tom Hay, International Power

Tom Hussey, Jones Day

Philipp Sterkel, JP Morgan Cazenove

Gavin Niven, KPMG Channel Islands

Graham Carberry, Livingstone Partners

Chinang Kong, Lloyds Banking Group

Ben Colegrave, Macquarie Capital Advisers

Lucas X. Xu, Mayer Brown International

Jeff Fridberg, Moelis & Co

Fabian Zimmer, Mooreland Partners

Donall Crehan, Olswang

Issy Corbett, Rothschild

Sander Lammers, Rothschild

Hollie McGuinness, Royal Bank of Scotland

Jacques Plaa, Royal Bank of Scotland (Global Banking & Markets)

Micky Johal, RSM Tenon

Andrew Wingfield, SJ Berwin

Alan Konevsky, Sullivan & Cromwell

Tarek Sultani, Sullivan & Cromwell

Clare Peacock, Taylor Wessing

Aleksander J. Baranski, The Blackstone Group

Jennifer McCartney, The Royal Bank of Scotland

Hugo Kaempfer, UBS

Simon Burrows, Weil, Gotshal & Manges

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