Jeremy is a managing director in our growing North West team with extensive experience in restructuring, insolvency and advisory work, acting for secured lenders, asset-based lenders, directors and other stakeholders.

Specialist expertise

Throughout his career, Jeremy has advised directors, creditors, lenders and other stakeholders across a range of sectors on distressed and stressed trading positions with a focus on SMEs across the North West including situations where formal insolvency options are implemented and where informal solutions are required. He has done this with both for profit and not-for-profit entities across many sectors including manufacturing, warehousing and distribution, retail, leisure, property and not-for-profit (charities).

He works extensively with lenders and has previously completed a secondment with an asset-based lender, which provides him with valuable insight into the workings of a financial institution. He has also spent time overseas, working on a restructuring project in Romania where he privatised a large agro-industrial business.

Jeremy is a committee member of R3; and until 2019, when he retired through rotation, he was an active member of the ICAEW’s insolvency and restructuring group.

About Jeremy

Jeremy started his career with PWC where he qualified as a chartered accountant in 1998 and as an insolvency practitioner in 2002. Prior to joining Quantuma Jeremy was a partner in RSM’s restructuring advisory team where he spent more than 20 years of his career and was a member of the North West senior management team and part of the manufacturing and not-for-profit sector groups.

Jeremy lives just outside Manchester with his family. In his spare time he coaches children at his local cricket club and plays for the over 40’s team as well as playing bass guitar in a band, keeping fit and watching Leeds United and Sale Sharks. Jeremy is also a non-executive director at the Trafford College Group, which is a further education provider in South Manchester with three sites, 900 staff and £40m income.

Qualifications

Association of Chartered Accountants - Fellow (FCA)

Joint Insolvency Examination Board