Cowgill Holloway Business Recovery Continues Growth Strategy with New Appointments and Promotions
North West Business Recovery experts Cowgill Holloway have strengthened its team with three new appointments and two recent promotion.
Heather Bamforth joins as a Senior Insolvency Administrator, she has over 10 years insolvency experience and joins from Big 4 firm Deloitte where she spent four years in their Restructuring Services team.
Heather has been joined by Administrator, Tanya Lemon, who has previously worked in insolvency for Moore Stephens LLP and the team will be supported by Researcher Joanne Spencer.
Commenting on her new role at Cowgill Holloway, Heather said: “Cowgill Holloway Business Recovery are a forward thinking firm with the right values and attitudes to ensure they are constantly responsive to market needs. The opportunity to join the firm at this exciting time was impossible to pass up.”
Jason Elliott who has been a partner with Cowgill Holloway Business Recovery for over three years said: “Our team has become a substantial force in the market place providing innovative quality solutions whilst challenging the markets traditional approach to recovery. All three appointments will be welcome additions and will assist in shaping and developing the team.”
The appointments follow a number of recent achievements including the promotions of Craig Johns, who is now Insolvency Director and Nick Brierley who has been promoted to Manager after successfully passing his CPI examination.
Cowgill Holloway Business Recovery has been going from strength to strength since its launch in 2005, advising companies and individuals throughout the UK who are in financial difficulty.
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