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DWF appoints key partner to growing Banking & Finance practice

09 October 2020
DWF, the global legal business, has appointed James Moore, as Partner, to its growing Banking & Finance practice.

James Moore has joined DWF in the Leeds office, having previously been a Restructuring and Insolvency Partner at Weightmans. 

He is highly experienced and respected in his restructuring work acting nationally and internationally for insolvency practitioners, banks, distressed companies, directors, investors, corporate debtors, secured and unsecured creditors. 

James joins the Banking & Finance practice following the recent appointment of insolvency specialist Natasha Atkinson as Partner and restructuring Partner Stewart Anderson.

Iain Shurwood, Head of Banking and Finance at DWF said, "I am delighted to welcome James to DWF. His reputation and expertise will be an asset to our growing insolvency and restructuring team and further enhance our overall offering to clients." 

James Moore also commented, "I am really pleased to be joining DWF at what is an exciting time to be at the firm.  It has a great reputation and I am looking forward to being part of a rapidly expanding Restructuring & Insolvency team within the wider Banking and Finance practice.  The current climate is difficult for so many reasons and along with the rest of the team I hope to assist our clients navigate what is clearly a very turbulent financial period".

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