London-based business broker wins international award

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The International Business Brokers Association has awarded London-based Business Broker, Henry Ziff, MD of Transworld Business Advisors, with an award of excellence.

London-based business broker, Henry Ziff, who is the Managing Director of Transworld Business Advisors of London, and the UK franchisor, recently received recognition of his excellence to the brokerage industry. In May, he was awarded the IBBA Chairman’s Circle Award, for his exceptional achievements in 2019.

The International Business Brokers Association (IBBA) is the world’s largest professional community of business intermediary specialists. Since 1983, the IBBA has created an industry which offers value to its member brokers, and a recognisable standard of excellence to improve client confidence.

As a member of the IBBA, Transworld Business Advisors adheres to the IBBA Code of Conduct, upholding the best practice principles outlined in them.

“IBBA Excellence Awards are bestowed upon member business brokers who conduct a considerable amount of business sale transactions in a calendar year,” explained Executive Director, Kylene Golubski.  “These individuals have helped a significant number of people successfully transition ownership of their businesses, doing a great service to both entrepreneurs and our economy at large.”

For Henry, winning this year’s Chairman’s Circle Award, is a great honour, “To have won the recognition of my peers by such a prestigious body, above their global membership, is an outstanding moment in my career, so far,” he says. “I enjoy securing the best deal for my clients, and supporting the goals of both my seller and buyer, for their future accomplishments.”

Find out more about how Henry and his team can support you, or if you would like to know more about becoming a business broker, yourself, please email [email protected] or call, 0203 9111059

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