Founded in 2006, City of London based ReSolve provides a wide range of services to small and medium sized troubled companies. The firm has quickly grown to four partners and a total of 20 staff, with all the partners and senior staff having gained valuable experience at Big Four firms.
With a growing need to refer clients to other commercial, professional advisory firms in the UK and overseas, ReSolve (http://www.resolvegroupuk.com), was keen to align itself more formally with an international association within which it could service the needs of clients requiring services beyond the firm’s in-house capabilities.
The tie-up with MSI gives ReSolve and it clients seamless access to 250 medium sized firms in 105 countries, and the firm views its affiliation as an important way to strengthen its service offering, while remaining fully independent and in control of its own destiny.
The wide spectrum of services provided by ReSolve include: crisis accounting; working capital reviews; restructuring;
Cameron Gunn, partner at ReSolve, comments: “Joining up with MSI makes great commercial sense – we can continue to operate independently, but are able to cooperate with our MSI counterparts whenever and wherever clients need services. With MSI’s member firms involved a large amount of cross-border work, MSI also provides us with a great platform for extending our own international client base.”
While ReSolve Partners is firmly focused on mid market clients, it also serves a FTSE 100 company, a global investment bank, several large private equity houses, a handful of banks and asset based lenders, the Financial Services Authority, and several ultra high net worth individuals.
James Mendelssohn, MSI's Chief Executive, comments: "ReSolve’s admission to our association brings even greater strength to our high calibre UK membership of firms, and provides businesses with an even wider range of commercial advisory services from under one roof.”
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MSI Global Alliance (MSI) is an international association of independent accounting and law firms, with over 250 member firms in some 100 countries. MSI was formed in 1990 to meet the growing need for cross-border co-operation between professional firms.