Smith & Williamson restructuring head Stephen Cork resigns

by Rachael Singh

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02 Aug 2010

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Smith & Williamson's head of restructuring and recovery, Stephen Cork, has resigned and is on gardening leave from the firm until mid-September.

Cork has been a partner of the firm since 2000 when he joined, and became head of restructuring and recovery more than three years ago.

The current director of restructuring and recovery for the firm, Anthony Spicer, will take over the London division from Cork, and Greg Palfrey, also a director in restructuring and recovery, will take on responsibility for the regional offices.

Cork qualified in 1993 at Moore Stephens, and rose to partner just one year later. He comes from a long line of insolvency specialists. His great grandfather established the specialist insolvency firm Cork Gully, which was in the family for three generations.

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