PracticeAccounting FirmsPwC wins two gongs at Insolvency Rescue Awards

PwC wins two gongs at Insolvency Rescue Awards

Insolvency profession names PwC the best firm this year

PricewaterhouseCoopers were crowned corporate recovery firm of the year at
the Insolvency Rescue Awards yesterday, also bagging the personal insolvency
practitioner award.

In corporate recovery PwC was up against last year’s winners Ernst &
Young, Begbies Traynor, Tenon, Zolfo Cooper and Skadden.

Ernst & Young, who had won four awards last year, walked away with
nothing this time round despite having seven nominations.

PwC’s Charles Turner took the accolade for personal insolvency practitioner
of the year beating Gill Wrigley from Tenon, Nicola Teader of Fairpoint and
Louise Brittain from Deloitte.

KPMG were crowned the business rescue firm of the year (£51m turnover) for
JJB Sports and Begbies Traynor won business rescue firm of the year (£20m
turnover) for Southampton Football Club.

Tenon’s Lloyd Hinton was named insolvency manager of the year with the
shortlist including two nominations for E&Y and one from MCR.

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