FRP ADVISORY is expanding its practice into the South West area with the opening of a Bristol office.
The insolvency firm was born out of the ashes of collapsed firm Vantis last year and already has nine offices, including Bristol. When Vantis entered a pre-pack administration the insolvency partners took part in a management buy-out to create FRP Advisory.
The Bristol office will provide both business advisory and restructuring services.
Partner and director for the Bristol office Charles Turner said: “Our new Bristol office in Stoke Gifford will enable us to work with a wider range of businesses in the South West of England and to better service our strong network of existing clients and contacts in the region.”
Turner was recently appointed deputy vice-resident of licensing body Insolvency Practitioners Association however, he will continue his role as national head of personal insolvency at FRP.
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