Wednesday, August 27, 2014

News: Moorhead Savage marks fifth birthday with new appointments


Rotherham insolvency practice, Moorhead Savage is celebrating its fifth anniversary by welcoming two new faces to the team.

Established in RiDO's Moorgate Crofts business centre, the award-winning firm is headed by Paul Moorhead who leads a team offering high quality, professional, impartial and ethical help and debt advice to both companies and individuals.

Saira Final (pictured, left) joins the company as marketing executive after graduating from the University of Sheffield.

She will be developing the company's marketing tools, organising events and working on social media, including the creation of a new website.

Saira comes to Moorhead Savage as part of the RISE project, created to increase graduate employment in small and medium sized enterprises.

RISE is a collaboration between city partners, Sheffield City Council, Sheffield Hallam University, The University of Sheffield and the private sector.

Paul Moorhead, managing director at Moorhead Savage, said: "We are delighted to welcome Saira to the team. We are particularly pleased to be part of RISE and although the scheme covers an initial six month period we will be looking at the possibility of making this a permanent appointment."

Saira is joined at Moorhead Savage by a new insolvency administrator Linda Norburn (pictured, right).

Linda started her career at the Official Receiver's Office and has had a long career in insolvency, most recently with Leeds insolvency practice Chamberlains.

Paul added: "As we celebrate our fifth anniversary, both these appointments show that we are continuing to develop and grow stronger.

"The past five years have been tough for many businesses and quite tough for the insolvency profession too because, contrary to popular belief, the number of businesses getting into difficulties and seeking help has been relatively low and certainly lower than were forecast at the start of the recession in 2009, which is when we launched.

"At Moorhead Savage, though, we do not want to see businesses failing and we have spent much of our time helping people to find ways to survive and grow into a more prosperous future.

"There will always be businesses that are simply not viable but for all those companies that are still having a tough time the advice is always to seek expert advice right now because things are seldom as bad as they might seem and there really can be light at the end of the tunnel."

Moorhead Savage website

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