Mitchell Charlesworth news update
Mitchell Charlesworth strengthens Corporate Recovery and Insolvency Team
Mitchell Charlesworth has bolstered its corporate recovery and insolvency team with the appointment of Tim Brock.
Tim has more than sixteen years’ experience in restructuring, accelerated mergers and acquisitions and insolvency across a variety of sectors including retail, education, charity, manufacturing and property. A chartered accountant and insolvency practitioner, Tim qualified with KPMG and has undertaken roles in industry in strategic management, cost reduction and business partnering. He joins as an assistant manager in the firm’s Manchester office.
Jeremy Oddie, partner and head of the corporate recovery and insolvency team at Mitchell Charlesworth comments: “As a firm we are focused on continually investing in our team and recruiting the best talent we can to ensure we continue to deliver the highest-quality service to our clients. Tim’s track record and broad expertise make him an ideal fit for the team.”
Commenting on his new role, Tim said: “Mitchell Charlesworth has a well-established and highly regarded corporate recovery and insolvency practice and I’m looking forward to working with the team to help organisations experiencing underperformance, financial challenge or distress to find practical commercial solutions.”
Paul Richards raises over £3k for charity Stick 'n' Step by running London Marathon
Paul Richards, an associate at Mitchell Charlesworth’s Widnes office, took part in the 26.2 mile challenge for the first time on Sunday 28 April and has raised over £3,000 for cerebral palsy charity Stick ‘n’ Step.
Stick ‘n’ Step offers support services to children with cerebral palsy and their families. The charity provides the children with totally free of charge conductive education sessions, allowing them to gain the skills they need to live independent lives. 94 children from across the region attend these sessions weekly or twice weekly at the charity’s Wallasey and Runcorn centres. The organisation is completely independent and receives all of its funding from the generosity of local people, communities, businesses and grant making trusts.
Paul chose to run for Stick ‘n’ Step as his son, Alfie, aged 9, has cerebral palsy and regularly attends the charity’s conductive education sessions. Paul said: “I am hoping to raise money for a charity which is very close to my heart. Stick ‘n’ Step provides conductive education to children with cerebral palsy, maximising independence for each and every child. I cannot describe how amazing the charity is and the fantastic support they provide to Alfie and our family and many other families in the North West.”
Amy Couture, CEO of Stick ‘n’ Step comments: “It always means such a lot to us when families of our children get involved in fundraising. We wish Paul the very best for his training and we are looking forward to cheering for him on the day.”
Anyone wishing to donate to Paul’s cause can visit his Virgin Money Giving page: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/PaulRichards38