PracticeConsultingMoore Stephens hires ex-Andersen corporate recovery expert

Moore Stephens hires ex-Andersen corporate recovery expert

Arthur Andersen has been hit by the defection of a leading partner in its corporate recovery group.

Phillip Sykes is to join Moore Stephens as senior corporate recovery partner on 1 May 2000.

He became a partner in Binder Hamlyn in 1985 and head ofNational Insolvency in 1990. Following Binders’ merger with ArthurAndersen, he has been a partner in the Arthur Andersen Corporate RecoveryGroup, with responsibility for mid-corporate and financial sector markets.

He is a CharteredAccountant, a Fellow of the Association of Business Recovery Professionals(formerly the Society of Practitioners of Insolvency) and a Member of theEuropean Insolvency Practitioners Association.

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