Top Scottish dealmaker joins forces with UK advisory firm

  The Scotsman 

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Hall Morrice Corporate Finance, one of Scotland’s most active mid-market dealmakers, has joined forces with UK advisory firm Dow Schofield Watts as part of “strategic growth plans”.
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