I joined Grant Thornton BVI in October 2019. Since joining the Insolvency Service in England as an Examiner in 2000, I’ve worked exclusively on insolvency and restructuring matters and now have in excess of 19 year’s experience in the field.
On moving to the private sector in 2001 I undertook my ACCA accountancy training and then subsequently qualified as an IP in 2006. I then worked with a Big Four firm for over a decade and was involved in high profile complex and cross border assignments such as the Atlantic Computers liquidation, Ireland’s “bad bank” NAMA, the then largest ever UK insolvency of the UK headquartered group of Europe wide Enron companies and others such as the international brand Cobra Beers Limited and Keydata Investments Limited with links to the US and Luxembourg. My experience encompasses a wide range of different business sectors from financial services to architecture to real estate.