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ReSolve welcomes Anup Shah

Anup Shah

ReSolve welcomes Anup Shah

ReSolve is delighted to welcome Anup Shah, who joins us to further develop our special situations and M&A business advisory services in Manchester and the North West.

A Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Anup has over thirty years’ experience and a particular interest and specialism in maximising value from complex, critical and non-standard business situations, problems and transactions.

During over twenty five years at Deloitte Anup formed and became Partner in Charge of Special Situations M&A, where he created a proposition to fill the gap between traditional M&A and restructuring services. He led the Deloitte advisory team on over 100 complex transactions across a wide spectrum of sectors, situations and clients including HMV, Waterford Wedgewood, ATP O&G, Carter & Carter and MWB plc.

More recently Anup has acted for LDC (sale of Antler Luggage), BGF and privately owned companies in healthcare, real estate and logistics where key areas of challenge, conflict or complexity needed to be overcome to enable a successful outcome.

In total Anup has completed over 200 deals and helped to save or prolong around 33,000 jobs.

Anup commented:

“I am looking forward to introducing ReSolve’s advisory and investment solutions to a wider range of companies in Manchester and the North West. I am keen to join the ReSolve family as I respect their business ethos and entrepreneurial attitude, and their absolute focus on doing the right thing for all their clients.“

“We are delighted that Anup has chosen to join ReSolve. His experience and understanding of complex non-standard business situations will be invaluable. We are particularly pleased to strengthen our offer in Manchester and the North West and are very much looking forward to working with Anup and growing the business further still.”

Cameron Gunn, ReSolve, Senior Partner

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