Corporate America Unveils the 2016 Dealmaker Awards Winners

United States, 2016 – Corporate America announces the winners of the 2016 Dealmaker Awards.

The Corporate America Dealmaker Awards have been launched to identify and commemorate the successes, spectacular results and class-leading client service of some of the M&A world’s key players. Recognizing and rewarding the very best dealmakers and decision makers from across the M&A market, this programme rewards only the very best.

Steve Simpson, Awards Co-ordinator, expressed her pride in his deserving award winners: “The corporate deals and M&A markets have historically been among the corporate arena’s strongest performers, and as such these awards celebrate the tireless efforts and stunning achievements of all those involved in making it so through seeing to completion the key deals that have a part to play in shaping businesses, local economies and even entire countries. I am honored to have been able to showcase the hard work of every one of my winners and I would like to wish them well going forward.”

All winners for the awards were the result of months of research and analysis from Corporate America’s dedicated awards team. As a result, each and every winner was chosen on merit only, and can take great pride from the fact that they were selected for their success.

To find out more about the best of the best in the legal, please visit the Corporate America website ( for full a full winners’ list and a link to our winners’ supplement.



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Corporate America is the definitive magazine for CEOs, top tier management and key decision makers across the US. Created to inform, entertain, influence, and shape the corporate conversation across the nation through high quality editorial, in-depth research and an experienced and dedicated network of advisers, Corporate America provides our readership with the most authoritative and current analysis of the major changes effecting the corporate landscape, and the latest deals and topical issues dominating the corporate universe.