INSOLVENCY FIRM BM Advisory has recruited former Deloitte practitioner Rich Keley to partner.
Keley, who recently relocated back to the UK from Australia where he spent six years, started his career at Deloitte in 2002, qualifying as an insolvency practitioner in 2006.
He was seconded to Deloitte Australia work on insolvency cases, but has spent the last two years at Australian insolvency and corporate restructuring firm McGrathNicol.
BM Advisory has said his appointment will enhance the company’s insolvency and corporate restructuring in the southern region. He will also be tasked with moving the process of integration with the London practice on.
Andy Pear, partner at BM Advisory, said: “It is with great pleasure that we welcome Rich to BM Advisory. His complimentary skills in the insolvency and restructuring arena and his extensive network of contacts are an excellent fit with the group and his extensive knowledge and expertise in this field will further enhance our increasingly comprehensive offering to our clients and introducers.”
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