Graham is ideally placed to advise companies and individuals in financial difficulty because during his career he has dealt with insolvency issues from three different perspectives. For the first 6 years, he was an Examiner with the Insolvency Service dealing with the ‘hardcore’ of Court liquidations, bankruptcies, disqualifications and prosecutions; this included a secondment to the fraud squad prosecuting a conspiracy involving a rogue insolvency practitioner.
In 1990 he was approached to join Coopers & Lybrand, (which later became PricewaterhouseCoopers). For the next 7 years he worked almost exclusively on behalf of the clearing banks; before switching to primarily advising owner-managers of insolvent businesses.
He finds working for business owners to be the most rewarding of the three aspects to his career and is able to put those decades of experience to good use on our clients’ behalf.
With a lifelong interest in sport and a degree in Sports Science, away from work Graham is active in hockey circles as a player, umpire, coach, administrator and supporter of the teams featuring his own 2 children.