Turnaround and insolvency specialist Wilson Fields has announced the opening of three new offices in Wales and the South West region.
Headquartered in Sheffield, the firm has established locations in Bristol, Cardiff, and Swansea as part of its growth plans.
Jon Law will head up the new offices, with a team of four across the three locations, and said Wilson Fields has a “growing reputation in the Midlands, North West and Yorkshire”.
He explained: “It’s vital to be based in the local market and Bristol, Cardiff and Swansea all have very individual professional networks and varying sector strengths.
“We have pulled together an experienced and knowledgeable group of people, who know the region very well.
“While it is a new territory for Wilson Field, it’s not for us and we are looking forward to using our contacts in the area to provide business support.
Law said the firm had an “encouraging start” within Wales and the South West.
Hywel Casling has also joined Wilson Field to take charge of the Cardiff office.
Wilson Field’s Bristol office is at the Broad Quay House on Prince Street, while the Cardiff base is at Brunel House on Fitzalan Road and the Swansea branch is within the Metropole Chambers on Salubrious Passage.
Wilson Field was established in 2001, employs 80 people and has offices in Leeds, Manchester and the West Midlands, with further offices planned in Preston and Lincoln.