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People: This week's news

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KPMG expands restructuring team

KPMGs Restructuring practice which comprises over 750 staff in the UK, and over 1,000 across Europe, has appointed two new Partners and one Director to the UK firm. Marykay Fuller and Nick Smith have been promoted to Partner, while Lloyd Gold joins KPMG as a Director.

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MP whistleblower is serial insolvency user

The Mail on Sunday reports that John Wick, the former SAS officer who blew the whistle on the MPs’ expenses scandal, was discharged from an IVA in 2007 and has run a string of collapsed companies.

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Peter Sargent begins presidency at R3

Peter Sargent, partner at Begbies Traynor in Halifax, started his year tenure as R3’s new president last week.

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People: This week's movements

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People: This week's movements

A roundup of this week’s promotions and movements:

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People: This week's movements

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People: This week's movements

Edward Klempka, a Yorkshire based insolvency practitioner, is joining Begbies Traynor as a Partner.  His most recent cases were the administration of the Skelton Group, Choice Gift Vouchers, Stag Furniture and The Parkside Group of companies.  Mr Klempka joins Begbies from PwC where he is a partner.

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People: This week's movements

Firms of all sizes and types strengthening recovery departments.

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Leading partner leaves Baker Tilly for Deloitte

Louise Brittain, known for specializing in high-profile and celebrity insolvencies, is to leave Baker Tilly in order to head Deloitte’s personal insolvency division.

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Deloitte expands reorganisation team by nearly 60

Deloitte today announced a massive expansion of its Reorganisation Services practice as it seeks to overtake PricewaterhouseCoopers as the UK’s largest insolvency practice.

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