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by GK Strategy 7th September, 2018
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Award nomination for GK

We are delighted to announce that GK Strategy have been shortlisted for Best Specialist Due Diligence Provider at Unquote’s British Private Equity Awards 2018.

The British Private Equity Awards celebrate innovation and excellence in private equity and venture capital, as well as honoring the industry’s ability to help build British businesses – and in doing so, foster the wider economy.

Over the past year, we have implemented innovative new services, expanded our international reach, and experienced significant growth. We couldn’t have done this without our clients!

Furthermore, GK is committed to promoting diversity. We pride ourselves on our majority female team, and a diversity of perspective in understanding the political, regulatory and ESG risks and opportunities facing our clients.

We are particularly excited to have been shortlisted to the final 3 for our category after over 120 applications were made.

We would really appreciate your support if you click here to vote.

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