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Critchleys bolsters insolvency division

Lawrence King leaves Oury Clark to take on business recovery and insolvency manager role at Critchleys

CRITCHLEYS has strengthened its business recovery division with the recruitment of a new manager.

Lawrence King (pictured) takes on the role of business recovery and insolvency manager at the firm. He joins from Oury Clark where he spent six years qualifying and taking appointments on both liquidations and bankruptcies.

Anthony Harris, who heads the department at Critchleys, said: ‘We are delighted to welcome Lawrence to Critchleys. His past experience is such that we feel equipped to target new areas of insolvency work as well as continuing to strengthen our existing spheres with an increase in headcount.”

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