FRP Advisory has hired Anthony Collier as a partner in its Manchester office.
Collier joins from KPMG bringing with him 15 years of restructuring experience and boosts the firm’s expansion in North Wales, Cheshire, Liverpool, Manchester and Lancashire.
Following the arrival of Collier, FRP Advisory’s business in the North of England will have five partners and a team of 27, a fourfold increase in three years which has been supported by a similar growth in revenues.
Ben Woolrych, partner at FRP Advisory based in Manchester, said: “We are delighted that Anthony has agreed to join the team and his arrival is timely as demand for our services continues to grow from both management teams as well as key stakeholder groups who seek innovative solutions to drive value from their operations and investments.
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