TOP TEN accountancy firm Mazars has appointed former Begbies Traynor employee, Neil Mather, as a partner in its 100-strong restructuring services team.
Mather boasts a quarter century of restructuring and insolvency experience gleaned across various roles at Deloitte and Begbies Traynor, where he headed up services to the insurance, financial services and cross border markets.
His primary experience lies in the insurance market where he been “appointed to almost all insurance company and Lloyd’s of London corporate capital company failures over the past 12 years”.
Mather said: “I’m delighted to be joining Mazars: the firm has a strong reputation in the insolvency market. The team has some very experienced and talented individuals and I’m looking forward to working with them to further develop the business.”
A member of the Insolvency Committee of the Council of the ICAEW, Maher is a trustee of Hastings Pier Charity, which recently reopened the pier having raised £15m to rebuild it after a 2010 inferno destroyed it.
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