Ernst & Young has been left smarting after mid-tier firm Baker Tilly
poached two of its highly experienced business recovery specialists.
Mike Rollings, who started his career with the Department of Trade and
Industry and has over 30 years’ experience in business recovery and corporate
restructuring, has joined Baker Tilly along with Alan Lovett, 55, who also
has more than three decades of experience in business recovery
Lovett specialises in mid-market work in the property and leisure sectors,
while Rollings has worked with both mid-market and large corporations including
Railtrack and TXU.
According to Accountancy Age’s Top 50 survey, Baker Tilly is the
UK’s seventh largest accountancy firm, while E&Y is ranked fourth.
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