Menzies merges with London firm to boost business recovery team

The accountancy and advisory firm has merged with Rollings Butt

Isabel Baxter
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Accountancy and advisory firm Menzies has merged with London-based firm Rollings Butt to bolster its business recovery department

Specialising in business restructuring and insolvency services, Rollings Butt holds client relationships across several industries including financial services, property, construction and technology and intellectual property. The firm's ten-strong team, including Steve Butt and James Money who will join as partners, will join the Menzies team in London from its existing City-based office. This is another "significant achievement" for Menzies after a series of mergers, the firm said, particularly in London where demand for services has grown. It added that this puts the firm on trac...

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