Rothschild & Co wins three awards at this year's Mergermarket European M&A Awards

Rothschild & Co has received three awards at this year's Mergermarket European M&A Awards:

  • Middle East and North Africa M&A Financial Adviser of the year 
  • Benelux M&A Financial Adviser of the year
  • European Mid-Market M&A Financial Adviser of the year

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