Award-winning accountancy firm Milsted Langdon has appointed Matthew Barnes as its newest forensic accountant, it has been announced.
Matthew, having previously worked at a top eight global accounting firm, will join Milsted Langdon’s forensic accounting department to meet the increasing demands for its services across the South West.
With his roots predominantly in restructuring services, Mathew brings with him a vast knowledge of personal and corporate insolvency experience and can assist in administrations, liquidations and bankruptcy disputes.
The forensic accounting team, headed by partner Roger Isaacs, leads the way in producing innovative and noteworthy expert witness reports for use in litigation.
Commenting on Matthew’s recruitment, Roger Isaacs, winner of Lawyer Monthly’s Forensic Accountants’ Expert Witness of the Year 2016, said: “We are delighted to welcome Matthew to the forensic team.
“We are experiencing unprecedented demands for our expertise from a variety of sources, and Matthew’s skills and experience in the field will enable us to enhance our existing service offering to clients.”
Matthew added: “I am delighted to have joined a successful firm and I look forward to assisting with forensic projects. I can’t wait to meet and work with my new clients.”
Milsted Langdon, which has offices in Bath, Bristol, Taunton, Yeovil and London, was recently named “Best Tax Practice in a Regional Firm” at the Tolley’s Taxation Awards 2016.