Kingston Smith appoints new insolvency partner

Kingston Smith appoints new insolvency partner

Corporate recovery and insolvency arm of top 20 accountants Kingston Smith appoints Michael Healy as a partner

KINGSTON SMITH & PARTNERS, the corporate recovery and insolvency arm of top 20 accountants Kingston Smith, has appointed Michael Healy as a partner in its St Albans office, effective 1 June 2016.

A licensed insolvency practitioner, Healyl is experienced in advising key stakeholders of businesses of all sizes across a wide range of sectors, including retail, recruitment, leisure, IT and construction. He brings with him over 22 years’ insolvency experience, joining the firm from a large recovery and insolvency practice.

Ian Robert, partner at Kingston Smith & Partners, comments, “Michael’s extensive experience and strong contacts will be a great asset to our team and further strengthens our existing insolvency offering. We are delighted to welcome him to the partnership.”

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