Grant Thornton sets up recovery team in Reading

Grant Thornton sets up recovery team in Reading

Business recovery team to serve Thames Valley

Following an increase in demand for corporate recovery and restructuring
services, mid-tier firm Grant Thornton has decided to base a team of business
recovery and restructuring experts in its Reading office.

It has been 15 years since the firm last had a recovery team in the city.

Heading up the business will be David Matthews, a director within the firm’s
recovery and reorganisation practice.

Matthews said: ‘Increasingly we are seeing lenders and investors in the
Thames Valley having to find value added solutions for companies facing
challenging financial issues, to ensure that they get back on their feet.

’Preventing a company from going into insolvency through providing a range of
solutions is our key focus.’

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