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Entrepreneurs Panel

Laura Tenison
Julie Meyer
Charlie Mullins
Steve Purdham
Jeremy Roberts
Debbie Pierce
Tony Caldeira
Jennie Johnson
Michael Oliver
Brian Hay
David Pollock
Richard O'Sullivan

EN Deals Awards 2007 - Winners

Best Deal Over £100 million:

Simon Nixon, flotation of Moneysupermarket

Best Deal £20-100 million:

Dev Shah and David Brierley, sale of Independent Pharmacy Care Centres

Best Deal under £20 million:

Tony Wilson, Klarius management buy-in

Technology Deal of the Year:

K3 Business Technology, acquisition of McGuffie Brunton

Equity House of the Year:

Lloyds Development Capital

Debt Provider of the Year:


Banker of the Year:

Mark Blower, Lloyds TSB

Corporate Financier of the Year:

Greg Cant, NM Rothschild

Lawyer of the Year:

David Bowcock, Eversheds

Venture Capitalist of the Year:

Carl Wormald, Lloyds Development Capital

Dealmaker of the Year:

Carl Wormald, Lloyds Development Capital

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