Interpath Advisory, the independent financial advisory business, has announced the appointment of Michael Leeds as Managing Director in its Contentious Insolvency team.
Michael joins Interpath from Grant Thornton where he was a Partner in the Insolvency and Asset Recovery team. He is an experienced insolvency practitioner and has over 17 years’ experience of working on asset recovery engagements, particularly cases which have international and offshore aspects to them. Michael is an established market leading practitioner who has worked on numerous high profile contentious assignments across the globe.
Michael joins Interpath’s market-leading Contentious Insolvency team working closely alongiside David Standish and Kristina Kicks. The Contentious team works across a wide range of complex matters, including identifying and bringing claims and developing bespoke enforcement strategies to recover assets in the UK and overseas.
Commenting on Michael’s arrival, David Standish, managing director at Interpath Advisory said: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Michael to Interpath. He brings with him a wealth of experience, not least in the areas of asset tracing and recovery, crypto investigations and sanctions-related work. Coupled with the rapid growth of Interpath’s Forensic team led by Dominic Wreford, as well as our investment in data and technology, we are perfectly placed to undertake detailed investigations and asset recoveries on behalf of clients and creditors across the globe”
Michael Leeds added: “Interpath’s Contentious Insolvency practice has long had an outstanding reputation in the market so I’m thrilled to be joining the team. These are fast-paced and ever-changing times; from the introduction of sanctions or the emergence of crypto technologies, to family disputes or complex corporate fraud cases, there’s never been a more interesting and fulfilling time to work in the profession. I’m looking forward to working with my new colleagues to help deliver the very best outcomes for creditors and clients.”