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Brook Business Recovery makes new appointment

A company celebrating its third anniversary has added a third member to the team

Michelle Chatterton, Charles Brook and Michelle Chatterton of Brook Business Recovery

Three is definitely a magic number for Huddersfield-based Brook Business Recovery.

The company, which is based at the town’s Media Centre, celebrates its third anniversary this month – and has started the new financial year with the addition of a third member to the team.

Charles Brook and Manraj Mand have been joined by Michelle Chatterton, a licensed insolvency practitoner who has significant experience in the world of business recovery and insolvency.

Ms Chatterton has worked for top 10 practices at offices across the north of England. Her experience covers a broad range of corporate work. Her key focus at Brook Business Recovery is in the owner-managed sector.

Ms Chatterton worked with Mr Brook in a former business which also provided solutions for businesses and their owners facing financially distressing circumstances.

Brook Business Recovery also advises individuals on personal financial problems and provides working solutions such as Individual Voluntary Arrangements to help resolve debt issues.

Mr Mand works with Mr Brook and Ms Chatterton on all projects, but is especially skilled in the field of personal debt advice.

The firm also provides non-accountancy advice and support directly to business owners and also to accountants, lawyers and other professionals wanting to deliver their clients a full package of support services.

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