Holborn firm Collyer-Bristow has boosted its insolvency practice with the appointment of partner Gilly Locke. She joins from the Rosling Partnership, a practice that she established five years ago with two other partners.
Locke brings with her a portfolio of clients that include accountants, insolvency practitioners, banks and companies and individuals. Jonathan Fox, chief executive at Collyer-Bristow said: ‘I am delighted to welcome Gilly to be part of our close knit team.’
Ernst & Young has expanded its energy team by appointing Mark Davison. He joins the Birmingham-based corporate finance team as an assistant director, having spent six years with Powergen. Whilst there, Davison spent 18 months in Brazil, as well as periods in Argentina, Chile, Columbia and Peru. He spent another nine months in Korea, as finance director of a joint venture between Powergen and LG. On his return to the UK, he took charge of selling the group’s metering business to Siemens.
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