He was a founder member of the recently renamed Association of Business Recovery Professionals as well as being a former chairman of the English Insitute’s Insolvency Practitioners Committee.
Hamilton will continue working as chairman of the Financial Services Authority’s Financial Services and Compensation Scheme Board.
Hamilton said: ‘It will be a wrench retiring from Ernst & Young but all good things must eventually come to an end. I have had a grea time working for the firm, and I have been extremely fortunate to have worked on so many interesting and high profile cases – the experience has been tremendous.’
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