PracticeAccounting FirmsHarrisons takes Bridge Business Recovery’s London office

Harrisons takes Bridge Business Recovery's London office

Bridge Business Recovery's former London office is picked up by Harrisons

HARRISONS has taken over the London premises of collapsed insolvency firm Bridge Business Recovery.

KPMG administrators Colin Haig and Samantha Bewick were appointed to Bridge in July following “significant irregularities”.

Subsequently Bridge’s Tony Murphy joined Harrisons and retained the ongoing cases where he was in charge.

It is understood by Accountancy Age that Murphy will continue to work out of the former London office of Bridge, which has now been taken over by Harrisons – fuelling its expansion in the area.

A spokeswoman from KPMG said the Bridge premises were leased.

Ex-Bridge partners, Andrew Duncan, Matt Evans, Alex Cadwallader and Rob Horton have joined insolvency firm Leonard Curtis.

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