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Hudson leaves Begbies for Baker Tilly

David Hudson a long standing member of Begbies' insolvency practice is to join mid tier firm Baker Tilly

David Hudson, a partner at Begbies Traynor, is moving to mid tier firm Baker
Tilly later this year.

Hudson joined Taylor Gotham & Fry in 1991 which was acquired by Begbies
Traynor.

His move comes weeks after Accountancy Age revealed that insolvency
practitioner Louise Brittain was moving from Baker Tilly to Deloitte.

Hudson, who also sits on the council of insolvency practitioner trade body
R3, has worked on various high profile cases at Begbies including Southampton
Leisure Group and printing company Capital Print and Display.

A spokesman for Baker Tilly said: ‘We’re delighted David Hudson will be
joining. The date is still being discussed. [probably autumn]’

‘David will become the Head of our London Core team’ he added.

Hudson will be working with fellow insolvency practitioners Geoff Carton
Kelly, Bruce Mackay, and will work with Peter Cooper located in London.

Further reading:

Brittain’s defection is a major coup for Deloitte

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