PracticeAccounting FirmsTwo new partners for Grant Thornton

Two new partners for Grant Thornton

Firm adds to its recovery and reorganisation practice

Mid-tier firm Grant Thornton
has appointed corporate recovery practitioner David Dunckley and personal
insolvency expert
Gareth
Neill
as partners within its recovery and reorganisation practice.

Dunckley has been a manager in
Grant
Thornton’s recovery & reorganisation
department since January 2000 after
specialising in corporate recovery for over eight years.

Neill is a licensed insolvency practitioner and working at Grant Thornton
since 1997. He has been a part of the development of Grant Thornton’s national
IVA initiative.

Commenting on his appointment, Dunckley said: ‘While the expectation for 2007
is for corporate insolvency levels to remain broadly in line with this year,
increasingly challenging economic conditions in a number of sectors such as
retail, higher costs and increasing competition from abroad will put pressure on
many businesses.’

Further reading:

Grant Thornton global revenues climb 12%

Grant Thornton launches ‘first’ IVA audits

Business recovery: rally the troops

Related Articles

Productive accountancy firms lead the way

Accounting Firms Productive accountancy firms lead the way

2h Simon Adcock, HSBC
LLPs in Top 50+50: Will LLPs continue to be the preferred set-up?

Accounting Firms LLPs in Top 50+50: Will LLPs continue to be the preferred set-up?

1d Fergus Payne, Lewis Silkin
BDO’s global revenues pass $8bn

Accounting Firms BDO’s global revenues pass $8bn

1w Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Top 40 International Networks, Associations and Alliances: Finding growth amid uncertainty

Accounting Firms Top 40 International Networks, Associations and Alliances: Finding growth amid uncertainty

1w Philip Smith, Reporter
Top 40 International Networks, Associations and Alliances 2017: Big Four tussle for top spot

Accounting Firms Top 40 International Networks, Associations and Alliances 2017: Big Four tussle for top spot

2w Emma Smith, Managing Editor
BDO reports revenue growth of 5.7%

Accounting Firms BDO reports revenue growth of 5.7%

2w Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Taylorcocks announces merger with Surrey firm

Accounting Firms Taylorcocks announces merger with Surrey firm

2w Emma Smith, Managing Editor
Kingston Smith reports 7% gender pay gap

Accounting Firms Kingston Smith reports 7% gender pay gap

2w Emma Smith, Managing Editor