Ex-Baker Tilly partner joins FRP Advisory

by Rachael Singh

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24 Sep 2012

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Andrew Sheridan

FORMER BAKER TILLY PARTNER Andrew Sheridan joins insolvency firm FRP Advisory in a similar role.

Sheridan (pictured) hopes to boost the firm's South West team and will lead the firm's corporate work in that region.

Prior to his time at Baker Tilly, he spent 13 years at Ernst & Young, then 12 years at Baker Tilly as partner, where he helped set up its Bristol team covering the South West and Wales.

He specialises on corporate work with a focus on advisory and restructuring as well as taking formal insolvency appointments.

Geoff Rowley, national head of banking services at FRP, said: "Andrew brings with him to FRP a wealth of experience, and we're delighted that he's decided to join the FRP team at this exciting time of growth and development. By continuing to attract such valued and experienced talent to the firm, we ensure we can offer the very best advice to our clients."

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