Bishop Fleming strengthens restructuring team with trio of insolvency practitioners

13th August 2020

Leading professional services firm, Bishop Fleming, has continued its ambitious growth with three new internal appointments within its Restructuring team.

Jack CallowThe firm, which delivers audit, accounting, tax, and advisory services to businesses and individuals, has appointed Jack Callow, Luke Venner and Malcolm Rhodes as Licensed Insolvency Practitioners, further strengthening its Restructuring service to cover a rising demand for business support.

The strengthened team, which is based across Bishop Fleming’s offices, complements its multidisciplinary team of Chartered Accountants, experienced corporate financiers and tax experts, and provides a range of services throughout a business’s life cycle including; operational, management, asset and financial restructuring.

The three, who have over 60 years’ collective experience between them at Bishop Fleming have a wealth of restructuring expertise built up servicing businesses across the South West and West Midlands.

The expansion comes at a time when the team have been busy working on many turnaround deals and other restructuring work as clients have tackled the impact of the Coronavirus. The team has also seen a rise in clients using its Escalate dispute resolution service, which assists with the financial recovery of losses in contractual or other disputes.

Luke VennerSpeaking on behalf of the three, Luke Venner, Senior Manager said:

“The three of us are delighted to take up these appointments within the firm and we look forward to building on our relationships in the market and leveraging both the breadth of skills and the range of products and services we have to offer between us.”

Jonathan Williams, Partner and Head of Restructuring said:

“Our appointment of Luke, Jack and Malcolm is a demonstration of our ambition to grow our Restructuring service across our business. In these challenging times, the ability to support our clients facing commercial, financial, governance or ownership difficulties with timely, relevant and proactive support has never been more important.Malcolm Rhodes

But our ambition does not stop there. We are also currently recruiting for a number of additional roles across our other offices to further expand our Restructuring team.”

Bishop Fleming are currently the British Chamber of Commerce ‘National Business of the Year’ and have been ranked in the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies to Work For, for five consecutive years. The firm is in the Top 30 of the UK’s national league table of accountancy firms and has seven offices across the South West and West Midlands.

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