Coventry insolvency firm invests in strengthening team

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A leading Coventry insolvency practice has invested in its future growth with two new appointments to strengthen its team of experts.

Cranfield Business Recovery

Left George Grineaux and Right Daniel Haigh strengthen the Cranfield team

Both Dan and George are very welcome additions to the team here at Cranfield

City centre-based Cranfield Business Recovery has appointed Daniel Haigh as senior manager and George Grineaux as an administrator.

Mr Haigh, a chartered accountant and fully qualified insolvency practitioner, brings a wealth of experience to the Cranfield team and later this year is due to become president of the Warwickshire branch of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).

The married father-of-two, who also lives in Coventry, said: “Joining Cranfield has given me the opportunity to focus more on working with businesses in the Coventry and Warwickshire area and I’m looking forward to being part of a great team.”

Law and accounts graduate Mr Grineaux, who lives in Warwick, joined Cranfield from an accountancy practice in Southam.

He said: “I had been working at an accountancy firm but wanted to use more of my legal knowledge. Cranfield has presented me with that opportunity. I’m looking forward to developing my skills further as I gain more experience in the industry.”

Tony Mitchell, managing director of Cranfield Business Recovery, said: “Both Dan and George are very welcome additions to the team here at Cranfield. Dan makes a welcome return to the Coventry area and his extensive experience will boost our number of experienced insolvency practitioners. While George is new to the world of business recovery, with his recent accountancy experience he will prove to be a valuable asset to our growing team.”

Cranfield Business Recovery has been going from strength to strength since its launch in 2002, advising companies and individuals in financial difficulty.

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