BusinessBusiness RecoveryRob Horton leaves Leonard Curtis

Rob Horton leaves Leonard Curtis

After just a year at the firm, Rob Horton leaves to work with boutique insolvency firm Auria Recovery alongside ex-Begbies Traynor director Nigel Nutting

LEONARD CURTIS director Rob Horton has stepped down from the firm to join Auria Recovery.

Horton (pictured) joined Leonard Crutis in July 2011, following the collapse of Bridge Business Recovery where he was partner, alongside fellow Bridge partners Andrew Duncan, Matt Evans and Alex Cadwallader who also joined Leonard Curtis.

However, Horton, who has worked on the collapse of retailer Sixty UK, has now taken up a role as partner at Auria Recovery to grow its London practice, working with former Begbies Traynor director Nigel Nutting.

Back in 2009, Horton and Tony Murphy were recruited to Bridge Business Recovery from Smith & Williamson.

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