Insolvency specialists Dunedin Advisory target ambitious growth with new brand and additional office

Insolvency specialists Dunedin Advisory target ambitious growth with new brand and additional office

Leading insolvency practitioners Christine Convy and Jenn Stewart have launched Dunedin Advisory, specialising in personal and corporate insolvency, restructuring and recovery, targeting ambitious growth. With a new brand and a new office in the City Quay area of Dundee to complement their established offices in Glenrothes and Glasgow, the company plans to recruit six additional members of staff to join its current team of 30 over the next 12 months.

Jenn Stewart, Director of Dunedin Advisory, commented on the expansion to Dundee:

“We’re delighted to have opened our new office in Dundee, particularly when the city is currently undergoing such a welcome renaissance.

“We’re looking forward to working with all our existing clients and contacts and to forming many new relationships, too. We already enjoy strong connections within the business and professional services community, and the new office enables us to be even more accessible. Having previously been based in Dundee for over a decade myself I’m personally thrilled to be returning to the City”.

Dunedin Advisory also has a Scotland-wide reach as one of only two companies appointed by the Scottish Government to deliver insolvency services on behalf of the Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB).

Convy and Stewart, who have 45 years of insolvency, restructuring and turnaround experience between them, lead a team which includes five qualified Insolvency Practitioners and two Chartered Accountants. The company works with individuals and business owners looking for solutions to financial pressures or an exit from their business. Clients are advised on debt solutions, restructuring and insolvency, often working alongside their legal, banking or accountancy advisers.

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