BusinessBusiness RecoverySmith & Williamson insolvency experts move to Bridge

Smith & Williamson insolvency experts move to Bridge

Rob Horton and Tony Murphy move to Bridge Business Recovery from Smith & Williamson

Corporate recovery specialists Bridge Business Recovery have nabbed two
insolvency experts from Smith & Williamson.

Rob Horton and Tony Murphy have joined London-based Bridge as partners,
bringing with them a combined 40 years of experience in the profession.

‘I think that we will shake things up a bit and, together with Rob, I look
forward to realising the potential of the Bridge Business Recovery business in
both formal recovery and refinancing assignments,’ said Murphy.

Both Horton and Murphy worked on the disputed CVA of PRG Powerhouse.

Further reading:

Insolvency threat to UK property
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