Nick O’Reilly leaves HW Fisher for Moorfields Corporate Recovery

Nick O’Reilly leaves HW Fisher for Moorfields Corporate Recovery

HW Fisher confirms O’Reilly leaving to join rival

HW FISHER PARTNER Nick O’Reilly to leave for Moorfields Corporate Recovery.

A statement from HW Fisher said O’Reilly is leaving for “another position that is more akin to his skillset in compliance”.

O’Reilly joined HW Fisher in December 2011 from FRP Advisory where he was a director. He is due to sept down at the end of September or early October. Accountancy Age understands that he will take a senior role at Moorfields in November. 

O’Reilly, who was president of insolvency trade body R3 for a year in 2008,began his career as an examiner in 1980. He moved onto Rothman Pantall & Co in 1991 where he stayed for ten years. He then joined Numerica as a partner, which later became part of Vantis.

However, when Vantis collapsed in 2010 various partners bought the insolvency division out of administration to create FRP Advisory, which O’Reilly moved across to. 

Moorfields is a spin-off of RSM Bentley Jennison. It broke away to become a separate company when RSM Bentley Jennison was bought by Tenon in 2010 for £76m – to create RSM Tenon.

Today it was announced that RSM Tenon had entered into a pre-pack administration with Deloitte administrators selling the trading entities to Baker Tilly, subject to certain approvals.  

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