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PEOPLE ON THE MOVE; in association with RBS View From The Bridges.

BEGBIES Traynor, the business rescue, recovery and restructuring specialists, has appointed Simon Lundy, a licensed insolvency practitioner, as a director in its Newcastle office, which opened earlier this year.

Simon, a chartered accountant, has been involved in the world of business recovery and insolvency in the North East for 30 years.

Between 1978 and 2001 he was a partner in Jennings Johnson, Sunderland, and for the past seven years has been working as an insolvency practitioner for a Tyneside firm.

Simon was also a member of the ICAEW Insolvency Licensing Committee from 1991 to 1999, chairman of the R3 North East region from 1991 to 1997, former member of the DTI Insolvency Regulation Working Party which reported to ministers in 1999, former director of the Joint Insolvency Monitoring Unit Ltd and president of the Northern Society of Chartered Accountants in 1999-2000.

He said: "I am delighted to have this opportunity to build on my 30 years of involvement in business recovery and insolvency in the North East, to continue to assist and advise the business community in the North East and to contribute to the growth and development of Begbies Traynor in their new office in Newcastle."

Hartlepool accountants Horwath Clark Whitehill has strengthened its team with three new appointments.

Louise Baker and Phil Harnby have joined as audit seniors in the business services department, and Julie Allan joins the tax department as an assistant tax manager.

Louise, 25, graduated from Keele University with a degree in law and philosophy before moving to the North East to complete a masters degree in philosophy at Durham University. Louise will become a qualified accountant when she completes her training contract in the next few months.

Phil, 23, joins Horwath Clark Whitehill from Mitchells Grievson, in his home town of Bishop Auckland.

Qualified as an accounting technician, Phil, who is a Scout leader in his spare time, says he is pleased to have the opportunity to progress his career with a larger firm.

A qualified chartered accountant and chartered tax adviser, Julie, 41, gained experience at KPMG, Price Water house coopers and HBS in Middlesbrough. A Middlesbrough FC season ticket holder and treasurer of a local Scout group, Julie sees the move to Hartlepool as an interesting opportunity to further her career.

Pricewater house Coopers LLP has a new tax director - Carol Chleboun - at its Newcastle office.

Born and educated in Sunderland, Carol has specialised in tax for more than 30 years and having spent much of her time working in London, she is now delighted to return to the North East and the place she calls home.

Her role is to lead the firm's private client tax practice in Newcastle and cover all areas of personal tax, particularly the personal tax of entrepreneurs and business people.

Carol's other specialism is non-domiciles.

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INSOLVENCY Director Simon Lundy.; ACCOUNTANTS Louise Baker, Phil Harnby and Julie Allan.; TAX DIRECTOR Carol Chleboun
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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
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Date:Mar 5, 2008
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