BusinessCorporate FinanceSouth west firm continues expansion

South west firm continues expansion

Old Mill takes on new senior manager

Exeter-based firm, Old Mill, formed by a recent management buyout involving
nine directors of Tenon South West, has expanded its team by appointing a new
senior manager from Ernst & Young to strengthen its corporate finance team.

Mark Neath has joined Old Mill, after working at Ernst & Young from 1999
to 2002 and was last at Exeter firm Peplows before leaving last month to join
Old Mill.

Neath said he was looking forward to working with some bigger clients at the
Exeter-based firm.

’Due to the nature of corporate finance, it is difficult to get into the
bigger deals if you are a small firm,” he said.

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