FORMER DELOITTE director Brian Milne has taken a partner role in French Duncan’s recovery department.
Scotland-based Milne, who has also worked as senior manager at PwC, was a director at Deloitte since 2005. He is an insolvency practitioner dealing with all aspects of corporate insolvency, personal insolvency and restructuring.
“For me, a key attraction of French Duncan is its ability to provide clients with a level of expertise more economically and efficiently than many of its larger competitors.
“Much of the market for business recovery work in Scotland resides in the SME sector and my view is that, at French Duncan, clients can expect to receive a more personal service with direct partner involvement than they might receive from a larger accountancy firm.
Based in the Glasgow office, Milne’s will oversee all aspects of both corporate and personal insolvency, restructuring and advice work across the firm’s six offices in the region.
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