Andrew Hosking to head up Quantuma’s growth in London

Quantuma, the corporate recovery and business advisory firm, has announced that partner Andrew Hosking has been appointed Head of London office.

The announcement comes as Quantuma prepares to move later this year to larger offices in London capable of supporting the firm’s continuing growth.

Andrew Hosking led the administration of Europe’s largest legal sector insolvency earlier this year – King & Wood Mallesons (KWM).

He said: “The further development and growth of our London office is a key part of our future growth which underpins the firm’s success.

“London will drive our increasing caseload. It is also the hub for larger, complex cases, typically those with an international dimension.”

Founded in January 2013, Quantuma has grown rapidly from one Southampton office, to eight including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Marlow, Watford, Brighton and Bristol.

The London office opened Fitzroy Square in April 2014 and moved to Vernon House, 23 Sicilian Avenue in December 2015, but the firm has already outgrown the available space there.

Managing partner Carl Jackson said: “London is a pivotal location for us, and Andrew is the man to lead our growth there.

“He is well known in the City following his appointment on KWM, and he will be able to call on not only the expertise of those already in the London office, but also our specialists in corporate finance, risk management, forensic and other advisory services as we announce them.”

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For further information, please contact:

Marie Wadeson, Head of Marketing,

Quantuma LLP, Vernon House, 23 Sicilian Avenue, London, WC1A 2QS

Tel: 07464 545678

or Andy Skinner, Managing Director, ASAP PR – 07990 978257

Notes to Editors

Quantuma LLP is a leading corporate restructuring, insolvency and business advisory firm delivering partner-led solutions to businesses and individuals facing financial distress with offices in London, Southampton, Marlow, Watford, Brighton, Birmingham, Bristol and Manchester.