BEGBIES TRAYNOR loses its regional director Graham Ingham to expanding insolvency practice Wilson Field.
The Sheffield-based firm is expanding in the north with the opening of a Manchester office and the recent appointment.
Ingham (pictured right) joined Begbies Traynor in 2006 and was most recently regional commercial director in Manchester before leaving the firm this year. He recently spent two months working as a director at financial services business GP commercial finance consultancy. Prior to Begbies he held senior roles at Alliance & Leicester, Barclays Mercantile Business Finance and Chartered Trust.
He takes on the role of head of the Manchester office which will be based in the city’s main business area Spinningfields.
News of the expansion into the North for Wilson Field comes six months after it opened a Leeds office. Last year the business’ annual turnover was more than £4m and it increased its workforce by 20%.
Ingham said: “The business has grown against the trend in the insolvency industry where many have become stagnant and this is very much down to the strong team they have in place in Sheffield.
Nick Wilson, (pictured left) managing director of Wilson Field, said: “Graham has a wealth of commercial experience, a proven track record in sales and business development and a large database of professional contacts.
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