Victoria Edwards

Prior to joining Seneca in 2021, Victoria worked in a Corporate Finance (M&A) advisory capacity. During her ten years spent working at award-winning North West-based Corporate Finance boutiques, she was involved with mid-market transactions ranging broadly from £5m to £100m covering trade disposals, debt refinancing and private equity funded deals in a variety of sectors encompassing chemical distribution, insurance broking and consumer products among others. In addition, Victoria was involved in the private equity and tech angel fund investment activities also offered by these advisory outfits.

Victoria has a degree in Economics (BSc) from The University of York, is an FCA qualified accountant, and as part of her ACA training spent a period of time in Australia working in a specialist division of Deloitte.

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