BusinessBusiness RecoveryBridge Business Recovery recruits from PwC

Bridge Business Recovery recruits from PwC

PwC insolvency manager Mike Reavill takes new role as senior manager at Bridge Business Recovery

FORMER PWC MANAGER Mike Reavill has taken up a senior position at Bridge Business Recovery.

Reavill becomes senior manager at Bridge having previously worked at a manager in the business recovery division of PwC.

He has worked on several high profile cases, including the collapse of Enron – the largest corporate insolvency prior to Lehman Brothers.

Reavill said: “The firm has built an enviable reputation in recent years for its innovative work and I am planning on utilising my experience to help further strengthen that offering to clients.”

 

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