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Hamilton promoted to insolvency partner at Haslers

Stratford Hamilton a 'key part of the team', says Haslers chairman Laurence Jacobs

STRATFORD HAMILTON has been promoted to insolvency partner at Loughton-based firm Haslers.

Hamilton joined the firm in May 2010 from Pridie Brewster where he had served as an insolvency manager. He has also sent seven years at Baker Tilly.

He has particular expertise in personal insolvency and recovering assets from insolvency estates.

Laurence Jacobs, Haslers chairman, said: “We are pleased to be able to promote Stratford to insolvency partner at the firm, joining fellow Insolvency Partners Nick Nicholson and Richard Hooper.

“Stratford has become a key member of the Haslers insolvency team, and we wish him all the best in his new role.”

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