FRP boosts Teesside team with new appointments
Sunday April 1, 2018
FRP names new Partner in Teesside
We have bolstered our Teesside team with the appointment of a new Partner and two new Insolvency Administrators, following a year of record growth.
Martyn Pullin has been promoted to Partner, while Jonathan Dunn and Lianne Maidman join the firms team of 11 insolvency and restructuring specialists who work with firms across the Tees Valley region.
Martyn, who specialises in business recovery and insolvency, has worked with the team at Preston Farm Business Park for more than 10 years. His promotion to Partner will see him continue to provide vital support to businesses across the North East and Yorkshire that are experiencing difficulties.
Martyn said: “Our Teesside team is well-known across the region for providing a high-quality service to clients. Working closely with the team, I will continue to build on this reputation, and provide the essential support and guidance that companies need during difficult times.”
ACCA-qualified Jonathan joins the firm as a Senior Insolvency Administrator from Baldwins Restructuring and Insolvency Services. He has more than nine years’ experience and recently achieved his Certificate of Proficiency in Insolvency (CPI).
Lianne also joins the team from Baldwins as a trainee Insolvency Administrator, where she’s gained more than 12 months experience in the sector.
The appointments follow a year of record growth for us in Teesside, which saw the team increase its fee income by more than 25 per cent in the past twelve months.
David Willis, Partner at our Teesside office, added: “Our Teesside office experienced significant growth over the past 12 months following a number of impressive client wins, and investing in our people is a vital way of ensuring that our success continues over the next year.
“The wealth of experience and local knowledge that Martyn, Jonathan and Lianne bring will have a tangible impact on our team, and will allow us to continue to grow our client base over the coming year.”
We now employ more than 300 people across 19 locations, including Durham, Newcastle and Teesside in the North East. We provide clients with the full suite of business advisory services including Debt Advisory and Pensions Advisory.
Investing in our people is a vital way of ensuring that our success continues over the next year.David Willis Restructuring Advisory