PracticeAccounting FirmsBridge Business Recovery enters administration

Bridge Business Recovery enters administration

Insolvency firm Bridge Business Recovery has entered administration

INSOLVENCY FIRM Bridge Business Recovery has entered administration.

It is reported that KPMG administrators Samantha Bewick and Colin Haig have been appointed joint administrators.

A source from Bridge told Accountancy Age that a fraud was behind the firm’s demise.

More to follow.

 

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