Financial Services

Insolvency firm strengthens service as key member of its team obtains licensed practitioner status

Andrew Rumsey and Dorothy Brown.

By Andrew Diprose [email protected]

Published: April 16, 2024 | Updated: 16th April 2024

A Bournemouth-based firm says its insolvency service has been strengthened by the success of a key member of its team.

Andrew Rumsey, who joined Even Keel Solutions five months ago as Associate Director, has obtained his Insolvency Practitioner licence.

It means he can act as the Liquidator or Supervisor in insolvency processes, further enhancing the insolvency firm’s capabilities.

For the past decade, Even Keel Solutions has been led by Dorothy Brown, Managing Director, who has personally overseen all insolvency cases.

With Andrew’s addition to the team, the firm says it will be better equipped to support a greater number of businesses and individuals facing financial distress.

He has extensive experience as an insolvency and restructuring adviser.

Even Keel Solutions says it remains committed to providing compassionate, expert advice and guidance to those in need with Andrew’s appointment enabling the firm to extend its support to a wider range of clients.

Dorothy said: “We understand that this is a difficult time for many businesses.

“Our goal is to provide a lifeline to those struggling financially, and with Andrew’s expertise, we are now better positioned to do just that.

“His experience and knowledge will be invaluable in helping our clients find the best path forward.”

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