Carl Jackson, the national head of Tenon Recovery, based at their Southampton
office, has been appointed an executive director of
Andy Raynor, Tenon chief executive, said Jackson’s appointment would
strengthen the firm’s position in the SME market and increase its operational
management capabilities. ‘Carl will continue his role as head of recovery to
ensure we maximise the huge opportunity we have in the turnaround and recovery
marketplace,’ he said.
He said Jackson had been heavily involved with the acquisitions of Jackson
Jolliffe Cork and Unity in the North West and HMT Corporate Recovery and
Insolvency in Reading. ‘The acquisition of these practises has added significant
scale to the business – Tenon Recovery is now the second largest corporate
appointment taker in the UK,’ Raynor said.
Tenon Recovery has 28 offices nationally, offering a comprehensive insolvency
services led by 35 recovery directors and 350 staff.
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