Grant joined KSA Group Limited as the company secretary. He brings with him a wealth of insolvency and turnaround experience. Grant originally qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst & Young. Having qualified as a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner, Grant established his own practice in the 80s. He was invited to be head of insolvency at a then top-20 accountancy practice, Morrison Stoneham, which became the first accountancy practice to float.
Having already obtained a Masters in insolvency law from London University, post-float Grant further qualified as a New York Attorney and Solicitor, and now practices both in insolvency law with a law firm, as in-house counsel to a distressed fund, and as accountant with a medium-sized accountancy firm.
Grant has advised on many CVA’s, including one company, that went through a CVA debt-equity swap to become a highly successful operation. Grant understands, at the coalface, how the CVA process adds positive creditor and shareholder value.
A technical author, Grant has published a number of books on insolvency matters and is a Special Professor of Insolvency Law at Nottingham University. Actively involved in professional matters, Grant is President of the London Society of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Education, Courses and Conferences Committee of R3, the UK insolvency trade body.
Based in London, Grant’s role primarily within KSA is to advise on corporate strategy. Call Grant on 07815 873370. Email