Business advisory firm Quantuma has strengthened its London team with the appointment of new director, Yin Lee.

Lee joins Quantuma from David Rubin and Partners – a boutique insolvency practice where she acted on a range of corporate insolvencies. Prior to entering the insolvency field, Lee was a qualified solicitor.

Lee will be an appointment taking director based in Quantuma’s London office in Holborn and work with the firm’s restructuring and insolvency team across several sectors including sport, hospitality, and real estate.

Lee is also a board member of the Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA) and sits on the Serious Disciplinary Panel at the Football Association (FA), where she presides over the most serious charges, notably, discrimination, assault, and physical contact on match officials.

This news follows a significant period of growth for the firm and several key acquisitions, including Alchemy in the Cayman Islands and Essex-based business management consultancy, Aspect Plus.

The London team, which is headed up by Andrew Hosking, has grown by more than 20% in the last 12 months, with key appointments including Fred Satow who joined the restructuring and insolvency team as director in November 2020. Over the last 12 months, the team have advised on several high-profile cases, including Leon Restaurant’s CVA proposals, as well as The Natural Kitchen and Tossed (Zest Food Ltd) administrations.

Commenting on her appointment, Yin Lee said: “2021 is set to be another difficult year for organisations across a range of sectors as they attempt to survive and recover from the impact of the global pandemic. During this time, Quantuma has supported countless businesses across the UK on a range of sensitive and complex cases. I am excited to be joining at such a pivotal time for the firm, and to be working with a team dedicated to supporting businesses across the region.”

Andrew Hosking, managing director at Quantuma, added: “Yin brings a wealth of experience to the team, having dealt with a range of cases involving complex legal issues, which is further bolstered by her legal experience as a solicitor. She will be an incredibly valuable asset to the team over the coming months as we continue to expand our reach and services to businesses across the region.”


Notes to Editors Quantuma is a leading business advisory firm which works with businesses at the key milestones, delivering bespoke solutions to help clients take advantage of opportunities and overcome a range of operational and financial challenges, enabling them to achieve their business objectives and ambitions. The business has 21 offices, including 17 in the UK, two international offices in Cyprus (Nicosia and Paphos), one in Mauritius and one in The Cayman Islands.