Birmingham Office

Press Release

Gordon Brothers Europe announced today it has opened a new office in Birmingham, which further extends the Valuation & Corporate Recovery group. The now established group, initiated in November 2012 and officially launched in May 2013, consists of highly experienced professionals within the asset-based lending and insolvency and restructuring markets.

Newly appointed James Acton BA (Hons) DipSurv MRICS will head up the Birmingham office on behalf of the group. James brings close to 10 years’ experience in asset valuation, having completed major online auction sales across a range of industry sectors. James will be joined in the Birmingham office by David McNulty, who brings 10 years of experience in the asset-based lending sector.

Birmingham is now the second regional office to open within the year to allow for a truly national Valuation & Corporate Recovery platform, further supported by the global presence of Gordon Brothers Group in North America. The Manchester office, which opened in November 2012, headed up by Mike Sanderson, Director, Valuation & Corporate Recovery, has recently been joined by James Nield BSc (Hons) DipSurv MRICS, who brings over 10 years’ experience in the valuation and disposition of all manner of assets in both the insolvency and asset-based lending context.

In the last six months the London team has also expanded with Bryn Carroll BEng (Hons) MRICS joining the group.  Bryn, who joined the team in April 2013, has close to 15 years’ experience in asset valuation and disposition. Bryn joins Charlie E. Banister, Neal Weekes and Hugh Dorins, along with Gary Quaife, Managing Director, Valuation and Corporate Recovery.

Collectively the team have over 140 years of experience.

Frank Morton, CEO of Gordon Brothers Europe commented ‘We are excited to welcome the expanded team. The local marketplace knowledge and experience of our new group combined with Gordon Brothers global capabilities will deliver a high quality value product to the lending and insolvency markets