Quantuma heads for Bristol in sixth office opening

Quantuma heads for Bristol in sixth office opening

Insolvency firm Quantuma continues its expansion with Bristol office

INSOLVENCY SPECIALIST Quantuma has continued its expansion by opening an office in Bristol.

The firm, which was formed by ex-RSM Tenon insolvency chief Carl Jackson in 2013, has grown quickly – with the Bristol office its sixth opening. A number of former colleagues of Jackson have joined him at the firm in recent months.

Bristol will be headed up by Graham Randall, who until recently had led BDO’s south-east practice. He has more than 30 years’ experience in the restructuring and insolvency sector.

Mark Roach joins Randall as a director. Roach has served on SEM, partnership and sole trader insolvencies, along with a complex project with Barclays Bank and the Financial Conduct Authority.

Randall, said: “Despite the improvement in the UK economy businesses in the region continue to face a wide range of challenges. We are delighted to open a local Quantuma office to provide support and advice to businesses and their stakeholders facing financial stress.”

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