FRP ADVISORY has bolstered its London and North England office with the appointment of four Baker Tilly partners.
As previously revealed by Accountancy Age in November the senior insolvency partner at Baker Tilly, Geoff Carton-Kelly, has joined FRP Advisory’s London office.
Other partners that have left Baker Tilly to join FRP include Russell Cash, Phil Pierce and Tony Wright.
Cash, who has worked at PwC, will join the Manchester office. Meanwhile Pierce will head up the new Leeds office.
Wright, who has been seconded to the Royal Bank of Scotland, will join Carton-Kelly in the London office.
Geoff Rowley, (pictured) senior partner at FRP Advisory, said: “Russ, Geoff, Phil and Tony are all strategic hires and testament to the demand for FRP Advisory’s solutions-driven advice for management teams, lenders, investors and other key institutions we advise.
“We are thrilled to welcome them to FRP Advisory as we expand the geographical reach of the firm whilst delivering the same consistent quality of service. Over the past 18 months we have added nine new partners in response to demand for FRP Advisory’s services and we look forward to continuing to grow the firm to create and recover value on behalf of all of our clients.”
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