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David Bennett

Managing Director of Restructuring in Key Expertise

China David has developed strong skills in managing
businesses in distress, and in negotiating the
Background best possible outcome via a sale or workout
David heads up Grant Thornton’s restructuring strategy.
practice in China, working closely with other
advisory partners in Beijing and Shanghai. He has extensive experience in managing
David has over 20 years experience advising companies in receivership and liquidation,
clients in various sectors in the UK and Hong including multi jurisdictional matters, as well as
Kong on restructuring matters and corporate being involved in numerous Investigating
finance, as well as experience of working in the Accountant (IA) and limited scope reviews.
US, Germany and South East Asia.
David is a registered liquidator and has been Professional qualifications and
appointed on numerous matters in Hong Kong, memberships
the UK and the British Virgin Islands, including  Insolvency Practitioner (IPA)
complex cross border appointments.  Fellow of the Association of Chartered
Certified Accountants
David has extensive experience of both financial
and strategic reviews of under-performing
Contact details
companies. David's background in corporate Level 12
finance, principally strategic advice and M&A, 28 Hennessy Road, Wanchai
Hong Kong SAR
allows him to apply those specific skills in
recovery situations to great effect. T: +852 3987 1260

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