BusinessBusiness RecoveryShot in business recovery arm for PwC

Shot in business recovery arm for PwC

Proving there is a silver lining in the current economic turmoil, PricewaterhouseCoopers has strengthened its business recovery and restructuring practice with the appointment of four new partners.

Three new partners have been admitted to the practice, while a fourth partner has been transferred across from its corporate finance team.

The three new partners are Ian Green, a insolvency practitioner based in Leeds, Heather Swanston, specialist in large-scale corporate reviews and Zubin Randeria, who provides turnaround advice to private equity investors. Barry Ross joins the business recovery team from corporate finance after ‘close co-operation on a number of telecom assignments’.

Ian Powell, head of business recovery services in Europe, said demand for advisers to unlock value from under-performing companies had ‘never been higher’.

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