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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