BRIAN BAKER has joined Kingston Smith’s corporate recovery and insolvency arm from MacIntyre Hudson.
Baker, who has particular expertise in company administrations in the SME market, helped establish the corporate and personal insolvency division at MacIntyre Hudson in 2008.
He has worked in the profession for 11 years, following 15 years at a high street bank advising small and medium-sized enterprises.
Ian Robert, partner at Kingston Smith, said: “We are delighted that Brian is on board and look forward to working with him. His in-depth experience spans a wide range of sectors, making him ideally placed to deal with the variety of personal and corporate insolvency assignments.”
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