Quantuma is an independent advisory firm which was founded in 2013. It is headquartered in London, and the company operates from 22 offices across the UK, Mauritius, Cyprus and the Cayman Islands. Currently, it employs 250 people with founder Carl Jackson acting as CEO.
Jackson is a qualified chartered accountant and licensed insolvency practitioner. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales, a member of the trade body R3, as well as a holder of the Certificate of Proficiency in Insolvency and Joint Insolvency Examination Board qualifications.
Prior to establishing the company, he held senior leadership roles in the restructuring practice of a large, listed accountancy firm.
Quatuma offers a number of services to its clients namely corporate finance and financial and pension advisory services. It also offers other speciality services which include:
Forensic accounting and investigations: Provides comprehensive forensic accounting, expert witness and dispute advisory, investigations, forensic technology and valuation services across a wide range of business sectors in the UK and overseas.
Cross-border asset recovery: Provides project management and litigation support to locate and repatriate the proceeds of fraud and corruption hidden in foreign jurisdictions.
Creditor services: Undertakes debt management, drives debt collection, and instigates legal action on behalf of clients.
Restructuring and insolvency: Acting as advisers to business owners and individuals who offer a broad range of restructuring and insolvency services to help deal with financial difficulty.
For the year ending March 2020, Qunatuma reported revenues of £7.9m up from £5.5m the previous year. In addition, the group saw its pre-tax profits £7.7m up from £5.4m the year before.
In March the company announced the appointment of Valentina Vitali as director of its corporate finance team.
Vitali’s appointment follows a “significantly active” period for the group and the wider K3 Capital Group’s corporate finance teams.
Prior to joining the firm, Vitali was an associate director at Grant Thornton, focusing on private equity transactions and origination.