Daniel Fallows, Director of Seneca Banking Consultants, has been shortlisted for ‘Finance Professional of the Year’ for The Manchester Young Talent Awards (MYTA) 2017.
The awards programme hosted by JCI Manchester, a personal development organisation for young professionals, recognises outstanding individuals who embody the best attributes of Manchester’s young people, aged between 18 and 40.
The Finance Professional of the Year Award recognises an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the financial services industry.
The 2017 shortlist can be found here.
The award winner is assessed on their technical, commercial and practical ability, client focus, their work on major projects and engaging and responding to demands faced by their clients and their sector.
Daniel Fallows, Director of Seneca Banking Consultants, said,
“I am thrilled to have been shortlisted for such a prestigious award which personally recognises individuals in the financial sector.
“I started out as a solicitor specialising in Corporate Banking, Real Estate and Commercial Litigation, less than ten years ago.
“Since then, I have moved through the ranks at Seneca, working across Claims Management, Bridging and Development Finance and Investment Management.”
Follow Dan on LinkedIn where he speaks about Royal Bank of Scotland’s Global Restructuring Group, and his other business interests.
On 23rd November 2017, JCI Manchester will announce the winners of the 2017 programme at a ceremony at The Principal Manchester, hosted by Key 103 presenter, Mike Toolan.
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