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Cameron Partners announces four new partners

Cameron Partners announces four new partners

Four senior investment bankers have joined the partnership at leading New Zealand investment bank Cameron Partners Limited.

Ross Christie, Hugh Cotterill, Hugo Ellis and Toby King join existing partners Murdo Beattie, Rob Cameron and Paul Dougherty as owners of the business and each brings extensive local and international experience to a firm respected for its M&A execution expertise and corporate finance advice.

Chairman Rob Cameron said: “We are delighted to expand our partnership with the introduction of these senior bankers. They are all well respected in the marketplace and well known to our clients across a range of sectors.”

Cameron Partners – formed in 1995 – continues to be wholly owned by its Partners. It has offices in Auckland and Wellington. The firm was named "M&A House of the Year" at the 2008 INFINZ industry awards. In another recent survey, it was rated a leader in knowledge of client businesses, credibility at board level, issue analysis, and takeover response.

Cameron Partners is the New Zealand global alliance partner of Rothschild, one of the world’s leading independent investment banks with 45 offices in 33 countries.

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