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Tenon hires former KPMG insolvency expert

Mark Sands appointed national head of bankruptcy

Tenon Recovery has officially announced the appointment of Mark Sands as
national head of bankruptcy.

Accountancy Age flagged the new appointment
seven
weeks ago
when Sands, then personal insolvency director at KPMG, described
the move as `an opportunity that doesn’t come along very often.’

Sands is well known in the industry and, with 25-years insolvency experience,
is known as one of the most high-profile personal insolvency specialists in the
UK.

In a prepared statement today he said tough economic conditions had led to
people increasingly struggling with debt.

`Today’s economic climate means that more people than ever are struggling
with debt, so I can’t think of a better time to join the team,’ he said.

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