Accountancy firm Horwath Clark Whitehill is to expand its service offering by
creating an insolvency department.
The new service line will start in early November and will initially consist
of two partners, including former Vantis IP Mark Newman, and three professional
staff based in the firm’s Kent office.
Andrew Pianca, chief executive at HCW said: “Kent is the first step for what
will be a national service. We have been one of the largest firms not providing
“In the past we have been approached by many practices asking to join Horwath
Clark Whitehill, however we have chosen to go down the route of finding the
right individuals and building our service offering around them, ensuring the
high technical standards consistent with the firm overall,” he added.
HCW will initially work on advising on administrations and company voluntary
arrangement for corporate, and bankruptcy and individual voluntary arrangements
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