ReSolve welcomes Andrew Pepper as Partner

12 October 2022 Consultancy.uk 1 min. read
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Boutique advisory firm ReSolve has appointed Andrew Pepper as a Partner. He brings more than three decades of experience to the firm, having previously specialised in the restructuring and turnaround space.

Founded in 2006, ReSolve is a consulting firm which focuses in advisory, restructuring and investment work for clients across the UK. Headquartered in London, it provides advice and capital to businesses experiencing difficulties, facing changing circumstances or enjoying significant growth.

As the firm looks to support clients amid a boom in insolvencies in the UK market, it has welcomed Andrew Pepper to its restructuring practice. As a Partner, he will focus will be on preserving and increasing enterprise value on behalf of ReSolve’s clients in a variety of enterprising and innovative ways, bringing with him his extensive experience in previous roles as advisor, chairman, investor and lender. 

Andrew Pepper, Partner, ReSolve

ReSolve Partner Cameron Gunn said, “We are delighted that Andrew is joining our team at ReSolve and are excited about the vast knowledge and experience he brings with him. This is a perfect time for Andrew to join us and offer his services to our clients as there has never been a more uncertain and challenging time for UK businesses. Andrew’s experience supporting companies through turnarounds and restructurings will be invaluable to our clients.”

Pepper brings more than 30 years of experience in high-level roles across the restructuring and turnaround sector. Previously this has included partner roles with professional services firms BDO and Kroll Zolfo Cooper, as well as private equity house Hilco Capital.

He has also acted as Chief Restructuring Officer for several large businesses – leading to industry recognition that led to him recently holding the role of President of the Turnaround Management Association – a 10,000-member global organisation that focuses on corporate restructuring, renewal, and corporate health.