We are extremely pleased to welcome our latest hire, Emma Turnbull, who joins FRP as a Director in our Restructuring Advisory team in Scotland.
Emma brings a wealth of experience to the team, following a 15-year career that has seen her provide practical, hands-on advice to a wide range of firms across the retail, oil and gas and real estate sectors on both consensual and non-consensual restructuring matters.
Having spent nine years at a Big Four firm, this includes supporting the successful implementation of CVAs across 14 different countries in relation to multinational telecom firm Nortel; returning more than $1 billion to creditors. Other high-profile administrations include Dreams plc and Battersea Power Station, as well as printing business Service Point UK in an impressive career to date.
As part of FRPs team, Emma will continue to engage with corporate clients and their stakeholders to identify and implement effective restructuring solutions.
Tom MacLennan, Senior Restructuring Advisory Partner in Scotland said: “We are undoubtedly experiencing a period of great challenge as a nation, and we must support businesses in helping them evolve and re-emerge fit to operate and succeed in the new economy. Emma’s knowledge and experience speaks for itself and puts her and FRP in a strong position to advise our clients on the best course of action to navigate the bumpy road ahead. I look forward to seeing her help shape the future of the firm as we look to grow our Restructuring Advisory service and continue to support a range of high-profile firms while preserving value for their creditors.”
Emma Turnbull, Restructuring Advisory Director in Scotland, added: “FRP’s exceptional reputation and rapid growth made joining the firm an attractive proposition. These are the most difficult economic conditions of our generation and ones that will have a big impact on what the business landscape looks like for the next decade. I’m excited to play my part in helping firms meet these challenges head on alongside the outstanding team FRP continues to develop across the UK.”