BDO Stoy Hayward has appointed seven new partners to work in its London office. The appointments take effect on 1 July 2000. Jon Breach, 31, has been appointed as a partner in the firm’s corporate finance arm. Diane Campbell, 35, has been appointed as an audit partner. She joined the firm in 1986, and specialises in fast-growing multinationals. Stuart Gerber, 35, has been appointed as partner in the tax investigations group. He joined the firm in 1991. Andrew Pepper, 32, has joined as a partner in Business Recovery Services from PricewaterhouseCoopers. Pepper has previously worked for Arthur Andersen and KPMG. John Le Poidevin, 29, has been appointed as an audit partner at the firm. He qualified in 1995 while working at BDO Reads in Guernsey, and joined the London office of BDO Stoy Hayward in 1996. He specialises in advising clients in the manufacturing, hotel and technology sectors. Andrew Ware, 38, has been appointed as a partner in corporate finance. He joined the firm in 1999 having worked as the assistant director of a private venture capital fund and an adviser to the board of New Look Group. BDO Stoy Hayward has also appointed Tony Supperstone, former president of the Insolvency Practitioners’ Association, as national head of national business recovery services. He will lead the national business recovery team, which comprises over 200 partners and staff in the UK.
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