Award winning Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers, PKF Francis Clark, has announced a new Head of their Business Recovery department.
Lucinda Coleman, Chartered Accountant and a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner was appointed Head of the department effective from 1 April 2019, and is now heading up a team of business recovery specialists, who are based in the firm’s Exeter office.
Lucinda has over a decade worth of experience working within the firm’s Business Recovery team. She has a vast wealth of knowledge in all areas of insolvency, including Administrations and Liquidations across sectors including retail, construction, manufacturing, renewables and charities.
Lucinda’s promotion comes during an exciting time for the firm. In addition to celebrating 100 years in business, PKF Francis Clark have also seen substantial growth across their teams in all their offices, and a number of new appointments and promotions have been made in 2019, in response to the increasing demand for their services.
Nick Harris, Licensed Insolvency Practitioner is amongst those who have been promoted and started a new role within the Business Recovery team this April. Nick deals with all areas of Business Recovery and Insolvency, but has a particular interest in corporate rescue procedures including Administration and Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs).
Andrew Richards, Managing Partner at PKF Francis Clark said “It really is a pleasure to promote Lucinda as the firm’s Head of Business Recovery department. She has grown with the business since joining Francis Clark in 2003, after graduating from Exeter University and her appointment recognises the valuable contribution she has made to PKF Francis Clark. Lucinda has the ability to take the department forward and deliver the very best client focussed solutions for businesses of all sizes.”
PKF Francis Clark’s Business Recovery team has a reputation of providing top quality advice with the focus of rescuing businesses and avoiding formal insolvency. They are able to deal with Large Corporate Organisations, SMEs and smaller assignments, bringing in other expertise from the rest of the firm where necessary.