Kenny Craig joins Begbies' Glasgow office

by Kevin Reed

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11 Feb 2014

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LONG-SERVING RSM Tenon business recovery expert Kenny Craig has joined Begbies Traynor in its Glasgow office.

Craig founded his own practice, Scott Oswald, which was acquired by RSM Tenon in 2001. He has worked on most sectors, including construction, retail and licensed trade insolvencies.

Ken Pattullo, managing partner for Begbies Traynor in Scotland, said: "Kenny has established a strong reputation in the regional marketplace and, as well as his extensive contacts, he has an impressive track record of finding solutions for businesses in distressed situations. He will be a valuable asset to the team as we continue to support Scottish businesses with the wider advisory skills they need throughout the recovery phase."

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