Chantrey Vellacott merges with insolvency firm

by Rose Orlik

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15 Mar 2011

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left to right Chantrey Vellacott DFK partners Adrian Hyde Richard Toone Terry Evans and Ken Touhey

CHANTREY VELLACOTT DFK's business recovery division has finalised its merger with Southampton-based insolvency practice RogersEvans.

Terry Evans, (pictured) who will lead the new office, said the merger has gone well and is pleased to be part of the organisation's expansion.

He said: "Chantrey Vellacott DFK has a very strong reputation in all areas of its activities and is continuing to grow their presence across the South."

Chantrey Vellacott now has ten offices across the South and is an independent member of DFK International.

An event was held at the Southampton Maritime Museum to celebrate the merger.


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