Mazars appoints Adam Harris as Restructuring Partner

Mazars, the international accountancy and advisory firm, has appointed Adam Harris as a Restructuring Services partner in its London office.

Adam, a law graduate, has a strong background in both industry and practice, and brings to Mazars a strong network of solicitors, accountants, hedge fund managers and banking professionals.

Adam joins from Griffins, a niche London insolvency and litigation specialist where he was a partner with responsibility for insolvency, litigation and forensics. He will focus on continuing to grow Mazars’ profile in restructuring and financial advisory in the London market.

Simon Chandler, Partner and Head of Restructuring Services at Mazars, commented: “Adam's appointment emphasises our commitment to growing our national team and building on our reputation as experts in restructuring services. He brings an extensive network and experience within the industry, and we’re delighted to welcome him to the team”.

 

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Mazars is an international, integrated and independent organisation, specialising in audit, accountancy, advisory, tax and legal services. As of January 1st, 2017, Mazars operates throughout the 79 countries that make up its integrated partnership. Mazars draws upon the expertise of 18,000 women and men led by 950 partners. We assist clients of all sizes, from SMEs to mid-caps and global players as well as start-ups and public organisations, at every stage of their development. In the UK, Mazars has approximately 140 partners and over 1,700 employees, and is ranked one of the top 10 firms nationally.

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