PracticeAccounting FirmsQuantuma makes senior team appointment

Quantuma makes senior team appointment

Brian Burke, business development director, has moved within the firm to 'develop Quantuma’s networks with Sussex professional firms'

Quantuma makes senior team appointment

Quantuma, the specialist insolvency practice, has made a senior team appointment in its Brighton office.

Brian Burke, business development director and an experienced insolvency practitioner, has moved within the firm to “develop Quantuma’s networks with Sussex professional firms,” the Quantuma statement said.

Burke said: “Quantuma has a growing reputation in the Brighton marketplace and my role will be to build on that and create further awareness of the services we offer.

“We deliver tailored solutions, whether the requirement is for business turnaround, administration and receivership, or on the personal level for advice on debt and bankruptcy.”

Partner at the firm Garry Lock said: “Brian is a welcome addition to our team and will help build our presence in this corner of the south east and along the M23 corridor.”

Quantuma was founded in 2013 and now has six offices and 100 staff across the UK.

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