In his ten year’s with the mid-tier firm, Mason has focused on corporate and
credit advisory work, with particular involvement in financial restructuring and
Mason will play a ‘pivotal role’ in expanding the team’s pensions advisory
offering, Grant Thornton revealed in a statement announcing his appointment.
Thornton Recovery & Reorganisation helps companies and trustees assess
the financial strength of a sponsoring employer, negotiate contributions to
schemes and advise on the implementation of policy in the event of a
restructuring or insolvency situation.
The firm acts for over 700 schemes, ranging from those with assets well in
excess of £1bn to small self administered schemes – including defined benefit,
defined contribution, hybrid, self administered and insured arrangements.
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