BHP Corporate Finance in Further Expansion

16th May 2012

BHP Corporate Finance has today announced that it has further strengthened its multi-award winning team with two senior appointments.

Matt Scott and Andy Haigh both join the team at Assistant Director level and will be based in the firm's Sheffield and Leeds offices respectively. These appointments follow hard on the heels of the news that Hamish Morrison has joined the firm as a partner, to spearhead corporate finance and M&A activity in North and West Yorkshire.  The moves further strengthen BHP Corporate Finance's position as one of the leading corporate finance advisory firms in the North of England, which has seen the team advise on transactions with a value of more than £150 million in the past 12 months. BHP Corporate Finance's managing partner, David Forrest, commented; We are delighted to welcome both Matt and Andy on board.  I have no doubt they will prove to be excellent additions to what is already a very strong team.  Their arrival will help us to ensure we deliver the same high quality of advice across a wider geography at a time when the firm is busier than ever before.

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