TWO BDO insolvency specialists have switched across to Price Bailey.
Matt Howard and Stuart Morton have joined the Top 40 firm from BDO’s Norwich office.
Howard joins as an insolvency & recovery partner, and the experienced insolvency professional is a fellow of the IPA and R3. Morton, also a qualified IP, brings experience in retail, construction and manufacturing sectors.
“This is fantastic news for Price Bailey as it brings to the firm two big hitters in the East Anglian insolvency market,” said head of the Price Bailey insolvency and recovery department Paul Pittman.
“Matt and Stuart will enhance our wealth of expertise which can be drawn upon to deliver the right solution for any given situation.”
Price Bailey, ranked 31 in the Accountancy Age Top 50+50 Survey of firms, posted £20.3m in fee income for the year ending March 2014.
Beechams merged into Price Bailey in October 2014.
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