BusinessBusiness RecoveryA challenging time for Guilfoyle.

A challenging time for Guilfoyle.

North of England-based insolvency practice Poppleton & Appleby has appointed Brendan Guilfoyle to head up its new office in Leeds. Guilfoyle is a former president of the Association of Business Recovery Professionals.

Guilfoyle (right) said: ‘Poppleton & Appleby is probably the largest independent insolvency practice in the Midlands and the North as well as one of the oldest in the UK, focusing on business recovery and insolvency. We will be working with businesses in conjunction with their professional advisers and lenders to find solutions to their problems. The prospects for the UK economy are likely to provide challenging times for the Yorkshire business community.’

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