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KPMG expands restructuring team 26 May 2009

Marykay Fuller started her restructuring career in workouts for US insurance companies and then moved to Europe working as a Principal Banker and credit officer for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London. She joined KPMG Restructuring in 2002 and concentrates on large complex cross border restructuring engagements. She is also an accredited restructuring advisor in the USA.

Nick Smith has been at KPMG since 1996, beginning his career in Nottingham and transferring to the financial restructuring team in London in 1999. He provides advice to corporates and lenders in circumstances where businesses need to rapidly reduce unsustainable levels of debt. Nicks experience with KPMG has been further supplemented by two secondments to The Royal Bank of Scotland where he worked for their leveraged finance group and their corporate restructuring unit.

Lloyd Gold joins KPMG as a Director in the Total Cash & Working Capital team which helps clients to improve the visibility and controls of cash flows as well as identifying and delivering sustainable cash flow improvements from working capital and other areas of a business. Lloyds background is in managing and delivering complex projects, and he joins from REL Consultancy Group where he was Account Director and Head of Operations in the US over a thirteen year period.

Richard Fleming, KPMG's Head of Restructuring in the UK said:
As the second wave of restructuring begins to emerge, these appointments help us to enhance further our leading market position in financial restructuring and cash management.



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