BUSINESS RECOVERY specialist KSA Group has expanded into Manchester, with a new appointment to spearhead growth in the city.
Amanda Eckersley joins KSA as regional manager, and the experienced insolvency practitioner will operate from its new office on Chancery Place.
Eckersley said: “I am very excited to have the opportunity to work within the KSA group at the new Manchester office. We are now able to service clients right across the North West, who will now be able to benefit from the groups highly professional and commercial approach.”
Managing director Keith Steven said the new office marks the next stage in the firm’s growth, and “plugs a gap”.
“We now have very experienced regional managers in every main business area delivering innovative turnaround solutions.”
The firm was established by Steven in 1999, and has worked with more than 5,000 people and 500 businesses on a variety of insolvency arrangements.
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