BAKER TILLY CONSULTANT Andy Hosking has joined the London office of niche insolvency practice Quantuma Restructuring, where he will be reunited with former RSM Tenon colleagues.
Hosking has joined the firm as partner and is yet another member of RSM Tenon to have joined the insolvency specialist following its acquisition by Baker Tilly. Hosking will be reunited with former Baker Tilly restructuring partner Simon Bonney, who joined the firm earlier this year.
Quantuma was formed by ormer RSM Tenon head of restructuring Carl Jackson alongside fellow ex-RSM Tenon partners Paul Goddard and Kelly Mitchell.
Hosking has over 25 years' experience in investigations, insolvency and forensic work and has spent the last 12 years working as a partner at Grant Thornton before joining Baker Tilly as a consultant. He has been an IP since 1998 and has several sector specialisms including insurance broking, financial services, petroleum, retail, leisure and IT.
Carl Jackson, partner said: "We are delighted that Andy has joined our London office as partner, we are looking forward to benefiting from his key expertise in forensic and investigations".
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