FRP Advisory appoints Emma Turnbull as restructuring director in Scotland
FRP Advisory has appointed Emma Turnbull as a new restructuring advisory director in Scotland.
During her 15-year career, Ms Turnbull Emma gained extensive restructuring experience working with a wide range of firms across the retail, oil and gas and real estate sectors on both consensual and non-consensual restructuring issues.
Her career includes nine years at a Big Four firm where she worked on a diverse range of cases including the implementation of CVAs (Company Voluntary Arrangement) across 14 different countries for multinational telecoms business Nortel; returning more than $1 billion to creditors. Other high-profile administrations include Dreams plc, Battersea Power Station, and printing business Service Point UK.
As a key part of the FRP team, Ms Turnbull will work with corporate clients and their stakeholders to identify and implement effective restructuring solutions.
Tom MacLennan, senior restructuring advisory partner in Scotland, said: “We are undoubtedly experiencing a period of great challenge as a nation and we have an important role to play ensuring businesses can emerge fit and able to succeed in the new economy. Emma’s knowledge and experience speaks for itself and puts her and FRP in a strong position to advise our clients on the best course of action for navigating the challenges ahead.
“Our business is growing in Scotland and I look forward to seeing her help shape the future of the firm as we help businesses adapt whilst also preserving value for their creditors.”
Emma Turnbull added: “FRP’s exceptional reputation and rapid growth made joining the firm an attractive proposition. These are the most difficult economic conditions in a generation and ones that will have a big impact on the shape of the economy during the next decade. I’m very much looking forward to helping businesses develop and implement restructuring strategies that enable them to tackle these challenges head-on.”