TOP 50 FIRM Reeves has recruited former Baker Tilly partner and insolvency firm owner Andrew Tate as partner.
Tate (pictured) was joint owner and director of independent insolvency firm Abbott Fielding prior to joining Reeves as restructuring partner.
The former Baker Tilly partner has been chairman of the joint insolvency committee, which provides a forum for discussion and debate on regulatory issues faced by insolvency licensing bodies in the UK.
Tate will be joined by Maxine Reid, who takes the director of restructuring and recovery role at Reeves. The two previously worked together at Abbott Fielding.
Tate said: “Maxine and I welcome the exciting opportunity to join Reeves and I’m looking forward to working with my new colleagues to continue the excellent work started by Reeves in the restructuring and insolvency market.
“In this challenging economic environment, businesses increasingly find it useful to seek out their options at an early stage and Reeves is well placed to give advice on a wide range of specialist business issues including restructuring and insolvency”.
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