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Ex-KPMG director boosts Grant Thornton’s London team

Former Threshers, Wine Rack and Hilton Manchester administrator, Ian Corfield takes partner role at Grant Thornton

FORMER KPMG DIRECTOR Ian Corfield has taken on a partner role at Grant Thornton.

 Previously Corfield has worked on various administrations including Manchester Hilton  and First Quench Retailing, better known as Threshers, Wine Rack and Victoria Wine.

He joins the firm’s London mid-market recovery and reorganisation team working alongside partners David Dunckley and David Riley.

Dunckley, (pictured) head of Grant Thornton mid-market recovery, said: “We are delighted that Ian has joined the mid-market team… He has extensive experience across a number of sectors providing critical support to distressed companies and their funders.

“He is a great fit for our team and his appointment will further strengthen our service offering to corporates and lenders alike.”

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