PracticeConsultingChantrey Vellacott adds partners to insolvency team

Chantrey Vellacott adds partners to insolvency team

The Insolvency division of Buckinghamshire-based Morley & Scott is to merge with the business recovery unit of top 20 firm Chantrey Vellacot.

The merger will take effect from 1 August and will see 3 partners and a team of 35 move under the umbrella of the bigger frim.

Christine Freshwater, managing partner at Chantrey Partner, said: ‘The merger creates a dynamic business recovery and insolvency team, with six insolvency partners and 50 staff.

‘The expertise brought on board is highly regarded throughout the profession for promoting the rescue culture.

‘We are delighted to make this announcement and look forward to working with our new colleagues to enhance our specialist skills.’

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