BusinessBusiness RecoveryEx-Leeds chairman Krasner joins Begbies Traynor

Ex-Leeds chairman Krasner joins Begbies Traynor

The man who sold Leeds United to Ken Bates takes his corproate recovery team from Bartfields to Begbies Traynor

Begbies Traynor has snapped up the corporate recovery division of Leeds-based
firm Bartfields, bringing well-known practitioner Gerald Krasner into its fold.

Krasner is most well known for serving as chairman of debt-ridden football
club Leeds United, effecting its successful sale – with considerably less debt –
to Ken Bates.

Joining Begbies as a partner, Krasner also takes with him his team, while
retaining a role as consultant to Bartfields for the foreseeable future.

Further reading:

Gerald Krasner: An unlikely
saviour for Leeds

Leeds United: an unlikely
comeback

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