Stuart Mogg and Matthew Jubb join Interpath as managing directors

14 May 2024 3 min. read
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Interpath Advisory has continued its recent spate of senior appointments with two new arrivals. Matthew Jubb and Stuart Mogg both join as managing directors in the firm’s deal advisory and turnaround wings.

Speaking on Mogg’s appointment, Head of Advisory Russ Worrall commented, “A strong debt advisory team alongside our heritage in restructuring sits at the core of our offering and having high quality individuals like Stuart supplements our senior leadership team in both debt and capital advisory and financial services.”

Worrall was recently installed as UK head of advisory himself, stepping into the shoes Mark Raddan following his promotion to Interpath’s global CEO. Advisory is Interpath’s strongest source of growth, and looking ahead, Worrall cited financial services as a “significant opportunity” within that – with Interpath “focused on building out our full range of deal advisory services” to capitalise on market conditions that provide “both challenge and opportunity” to clients.

Stuart Mogg and Matt Jubb join Interpath as managing directors

Stuart Mogg’s arrival in particular will boost Interpath’s expert knowledge and connections in the sector – and bring significant Big Four experience too. Mogg joins from EY, where he was a partner, and led the financial services debt advisory team as part of the firm’s corporate finance practice. He began his career with the NatWest Group where he worked across a number of senior roles including leading the financial services structured finance business. 

Mogg added, “It is fantastic to join such a high calibre team, with the backing to support both mid-market and large financial institutions with an integrated debt and capital advisory offering. There’s real ambition here to support the growth of the industry and I look forward to enabling our clients to navigate their debt and capital strategy requirement.”

Matthew Jubb meanwhile joins from private equity advisory Endless, where he was responsible for leading the firm’s Leeds office. He has significant experience of financial restructurings, operational restructurings, carve outs and ‘buy and build’ M&A, as well as working alongside portfolio companies on debt raises, crisis response, risk mitigation and stakeholder management. Prior to his time at Endless, Jubb was part of the business recovery services team at PwC.

On his arrival, Kenny McKay, managing director at Interpath, noted, “Having Matthew join Interpath is a real coup. His decade of experience operating at board level in complex situations brings with it a proven track record of protecting and creating value, skilled stakeholder management, and the ability to foster strong relationships in order to drive commercial success.

Jubb will work alongside McKay to accelerate the growth and development of Interpath’s transformation and turnaround capabilities, as well as working closely with the firm’s M&A and value creation teams to deliver best-in-class support to private equity houses and their portfolio companies.

“I’ve spent the majority of my career helping boards and stakeholders to, put simply, do difficult and complex things,” remarked Jubb. I look forward to working with my new colleagues to deliver real value to investors and companies who are looking to seize opportunities and overcome periods of challenge.”