FRP recruit second Baker Tilly restructuring expert

FRP ADVISORY has recruited another Baker Tilly senior advisor to expand its northern operations having already hired a partner in January.

Martyn Rickels joins the Manchester office as director having previously been associate director at Baker Tilly for two years, in the firm’s restructuring and corporate finance team. That was Rickels second stint at Baker Tilly. He joined the firm in 2002 and spent more than seven years with the firm, latterly as corporate finance manager, before moving onto Lloyds Banking Group where he took a role in the business support for a year to 2011.

FRP recruited Baker Tilly restructuring and recovery director Ben Woolrych as partner in its Manchester office in January. Woolrych started out as an analyst at PwC, before taking a Numerica senior role.

Baker Tilly’s former head of special investigations Geoff Carton-Kelly left the firm to join FRP Advisory, Accountancy Age revealed at the end of last year. 

David Thornhill partner and head of FRP Advisory, Manchester, said: “I am thrilled that Martyn has decided to join FRP Advisory. Martyn joins us at a very exciting time for the whole firm and in particular as we expand the North.

“Martyn has significant experience in restructuring and brings to FRP an extra dimension in our advisory services for lenders, business owners and a range of other corporate stakeholders.”

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