The Insolvency and Rescue Awards took place on Thursday 30 October at the
London Grosvenor House Hotel which saw Ernst & Young take home four gongs.
The accountancy firm bagged; insolvency corporate practitioner of the year
for Alan Bloom a partner; Joanne Robinson, an assistant director, took
insolvency manager of the year; business rescue deal of the year for Metronet;
and the highly sought after corporate recovery large firm of the year.
E&Y fought off Ian Defty a partner at Kingston Smith and David Standish
an insolvency practitioner from KPMG to win practitioner of the year. While
Robinson took on IPs from Tenon, Eversheds and Marsham Price to take home the
insolvency manager title.
The corporate recovery large firm of the year was battled out between
Deloitte and Tenon Recovery, with E&Y being victorious.
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