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FRP unveils seven new directors

In Manchester, it has appointed David Bonner as director of its Restructuring Advisory team, while Daniel Brecker has been appointed as director within FRP Corporate Finance

FRP has announced the promotion of seven new directors across its team as part of its annual promotion series and “continued investment” in its staff.

It said the annual promotions follow a “significant period” of growth in which it has increased its headcount by 15% over the last 12 months and invested across all areas of the business.

In addition to those being promoted to director across its Restructuring Advisory, Corporate Finance, IT Advisory and Forensic Services pillars, it has promoted a further 59 people across a wide range of seniority and specialist roles from office managers to associate directors.

In Manchester, it has appointed David Bonner as director of its Restructuring Advisory team, while Daniel Brecker has been appointed as director within FRP Corporate Finance.

Additionally, Laura Dymott of FRP’s London-based Forensic Services team has also been made a director after leading its specialist investigation team on several high-profile liquidations in the past year. Dymott is also promoted alongside Richard Boyden in FRP Corporate Finance in Reading.

CJ Watson in Brentwood’s IT Advisory team has also been made a director, together with Graham Smith in Aberdeen and Bhuvnesh Majupuria in Teesside. Both Smith and Majupuria are part of its Restructuring Advisory team.

Jeremy French, COO at FRP, said: “We pride ourselves on our commitment to developing the very best talent to serve our clients. This latest round of promotions reflects the continuing hard work, dedication and development of our team.

“We know how important it is to reward and retain highly skilled professionals, and on a daily basis, we see that highly engaged colleagues deliver excellent client service and results, which, in turn, strengthens our reputation in the market. We wish all our newly promoted colleagues continued success in their new roles.”

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