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Quantuma welcomes new director

Brocklehurst has over 25 years’ experience in restructuring and insolvency, advising individuals facing personal financial issues, as well as SMEs and large corporations

Quantuma has announced the appointment of Lee Brocklehurst as the new director of its Nottingham office.

In his new role, Brocklehurst will provide restructuring advice to businesses in financially distressed situations. 

Joining from RSM, he has over 25 years’ experience in restructuring and insolvency, working across a range of accountancy practices and insolvency boutiques. He has experience advising individuals facing personal financial issues, as well as advising SMEs and large corporations.

Overall, Brocklehurst has led assignments for businesses in sectors including engineering, hospitality, and business services. 

He also volunteers as a mentor for young professionals looking to step foot in the advisory community. He acts as a professional mentor at Birmingham City University, giving industry insight to graduates. 

In February 2022, Brocklehurst joined the ACCA’s Leicestershire Members Network Panel to help ACCA create member communities and promote the accountancy profession across all sectors and regions of the UK.  

Brocklehurst said: “As part of my new role at Quantuma, I’m already working with several businesses to advise on options to address their financial challenges. I am delighted to be working with a growing team here in the Midlands and look forward to playing my part in developing our presence in the region.”

Taz Rashid, managing director at Quantuma, added: “I am delighted to welcome Lee to our growing team here in Nottingham. Lee brings substantial additional experience and a skillset to the team which will strengthen our advisory offering to both the region’s professional advisory community and businesses in the Midlands.”

Brocklehurst is the latest in a series of appointments by Quantuma, as part of its ongoing growth plans. Earlier this year, the firm announced a series of managing director appointments including Tim Sloggett in Bristol, and Robert Beat and Dina Devalia joined the firm’s London office.

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