LEONARD CURTIS has announced a joint venture with Irish accountancy firm Hughes Blake in response to growing demand for cross-border restructuring and insolvency work.
The joint entity will be called Leonard Curtis Hughes Blake and will have a combined workforce of around 250 staff.
Michael Healy, (pictured) director, Leonard Curtis business solutions group, said: "Facilitating access to the breadth and depth of our experience through this joint venture enables us to offer a multi-disciplinary team of restructuring and insolvency experts equipped to assess, analyse and resolve complex financial situations in either, or both, Ireland and the UK.
"With a significant geographical footprint in both jurisdictions, LCHB has the potential to become a major competitive force providing workable solutions which successfully navigate the many practical pitfalls that can become apparent in an insolvency case, while maximising recoveries for all stakeholders."
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