PracticeAccounting FirmsUHY Hacker Young expands to Leeds

UHY Hacker Young expands to Leeds

UHY Hacker Young is launching a new turnaround and recovery office in Leeds, to broaden its geographical reach

UHY
Hacker Young
is launching a new office in
Leeds which will offer
a full turnaround and recovery service for both individuals and corporates
facing insolvency.

Peter Kubik, turnaround and recovery partner at the London UHY Hacker Young
office said Leeds was a natural choice for the expansion of the turnaround and
recovery practice.

‘It is the regional headquarters for an increasing number of major banks,
building societies and corporates,’ he said. ‘We have been working with a
growing list of clients based within Leeds so we know there is a great deal of
demand for insolvency advisers who have the ability and proven track record for
returning businesses to profitability.’

The team has recently worked on a number of high profile insolvencies such as
The Sportsman Newspaper and World Gaming plc.

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