PUREPLAY insolvency outfit Leonard Curtis has expanded it empire by opening its 11th office in Barlborough, Derbyshire.
Having opened its first office in the region over three years ago, the firm picked the town for its unique location, bordering South Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
The Barlborough office will be headed up by business development manager Richard Pinder, who has worked in the region since 2006 and latterly headed up the turnaround division of a rival insolvency practice.
Pinder, a qualified insolvency practitioner and former finance broker,who joined Leonard Curtis in 2013, and helped grow the brand regionally, said: “The opening of the Barlborough office will bring new opportunities for Leonard Curtis. It will help us to work more closely with our introducer base and better serve the needs of our clients. As part of our 2016 growth strategy, we are currently looking to recruit additional personnel to this region.”
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