Grant Thornton adds 3 Partners to Yorkshire practice

21 January 2016 2 min. read
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Grant Thornton’s Yorkshire practice has appointed three new Partners as part of its regional expansion. Dan Rosinke takes on a partner role in the firm’s Transaction Advisory Services, Rachel Engwell becomes a Tax Partner and Martin Barron joins the Recovery and Reorganisation Practice.

Prior to joining Grant Thornton, Dan Rosinke worked for ten years in the banking sector, including for Yorkshire Bank as a Head of Specialist & Acquisition Finance for East of England, and nabCapital. Previous to which, Rosinke spent nine years at PwC in the firm’s transaction services practice.

Rachel Engwell joins from EY where she has worked for more than sixteen years, taking on the role of Director at the firm in 2011. Her specialisation is in providing advice on corporate, personal and transactions tax issues. Her roles have seen her active in the North West as well as the North East.

Martin Barron’s career began in audit for PwC in 1996, moving to the firm’s restructuring arm in 1998. In 2000, he joined Deloitte, rising to the level of Director during his fifteen years at the firm.

Grant Thornton adds 3 Partners to Yorkshire practice

The three new partner hires are part of Grant Thornton’s expansion plan for the Yorkshire region. “These latest partner appointments will support our continued ambitious plans in the region, helping us to cement our position as the go-to firm for growth for dynamic businesses,” explains Andy Wood, Practice Leader for Grant Thornton in Leeds. “Dan, Martin and Rachel are all quality individuals. They are all really well connected in the market, love delivering great client service and share Grant Thornton’s values and personality. Importantly, they have already gelled well with our existing team and I’m really excited about what we can achieve together.”

Rosinke joins Grant Thornton’s Yorkshire practice, where his more than 15 years’ experience will be leveraged to deliver transaction advisory and due diligence services clients in the North East and Yorkshire region. Barron takes on the role of partner in recovery and reorganisation. He will offer clients in the Yorkshire and North East restructuring services and further develop new propositions to align the firm with changing trends in the corporate finance market. Engwell joins as Tax Partner and will use her more than 16 years of experience to benefit Grant Thornton’s regional clients.