RSM Bentley Jennison’s insolvency arm has reinvented itself as Moorfields
The move comes after Tenon
RSM Bentley Jennison for £76m.
The re?brand includes a new office, logo and website “which will allow
Moorfields to break away from heritage brand RSM Bentley Jennison to establish
itself in the market,” Moorfields said.
Phil Smith, Moorfields partner said: “We recognised the importance of
establishing ourselves independently in the market and were keen that our image
reflected our attitude and culture.
“Our focus remains on individual quality solutions for businesses whilst
challenging the markets traditional firms approach to recovery. The new brand is
a major step forward for us in supporting our growth strategy and achieving our
goals of becoming a leading national firm.”
Earlier this year, partners at the corporate recovery arm were appointed
administrators over the Cardale Group, the UK’s largest Garage Door
Manufacturer, successfully selling the company and saving more than 400 jobs.
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