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DTE Business Advisers adds two to corporate finance team in Manchester

DTE Corporate Finance, the corporate finance arm of UK firm DTE Business Advisers has appointed Victoria Edwards and Fatema Daud, to enhance its corporate finance offering.

Edwards has experience in both the UK and Australia. She has  joined DTE as an Assistant Director, responsible for enhancing the firm’s brand profile as well as expanding its offerings to more of DTE’s core clientele in Manchester and the North West.

Daud has experience spanning various industries including manufacturing, consumer and industrial products, oil and gas related services, and particularly financial services such as insurance (both life and general). Having developed her career in two Big 4 firms, Fatema possesses industry knowledge and international exposure in a wide range of areas including International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), UAE Federal Law, and International Auditing Standards (IAS) for reporting on standalone or consolidated financial statements.

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