Wilson Field Add Another Licenced Insolvency Practitioner to Their Ranks

3rd December 2020

Insolvency Practitioners Wilson Field are pleased to see the strengthening of their team, as another employee continues to rise through the ranks and become a licensed IP.

Phil Stone, who specialises in corporate insolvency and business turnaround, recently became a fully licensed insolvency practitioner, after passing the Insolvency practitioner exams in 2018.  It means that Phil is now able to personally take on appointments.

’I’m really pleased to have taken this step, it’s been a long road but getting my licence makes it all worth it. My licence means the responsibility for making the big decisions now rests with me.

Already a qualified accountant, Phil started working in the industry in 2001 and has a wealth of experience advising companies from small owner-managed businesses to large corporations with multi-million pound turnovers across numerous sectors.

Phil gaining his Licence means that Wilson Field takes up the number of licenced insolvency practitioners to seven, improving on an already strong team of IPs.

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