KPMG in the UK
Since joining KPMG in 2005, James has managed a variety of complex advisory, contingency planning and formal insolvency assignments across multiple sectors (most recent experience includes retail, aviation, engineering and manufacturing).
He works closely with company boards and specialises in challenging situations where corporates, lenders and other stakeholders require assistance in assessing and developing options, stabilising businesses and implementing difficult restructurings. This includes enhancing value through accelerated sales and using formal insolvency processes if required.
James was previously seconded to the Shareholder Executive at the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills. Directly advising Ministers, senior Civil Servants, diplomatic and military personnel, James had a co-ordinating role on various complex projects to consider government options and responses to distressed corporate situations (especially in the steel sector).
BSc Economics & Politics, University of Bristol
Joint Insolvency Examination Board
Associate Chartered Accountant
Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales