Marc Potter joins CVR Global as Associate Director

Marc Potter – who has more than 30 years’ experience in the insolvency industry – has joined CVR Global as an Associate Director and will be based at the firm’s office at Town Wall House on Balkerne Hill, and will work closely alongside CVR Global Partner Lee De’ath and Associate Directors Sue Sorrell and Tom Gardiner.

Marc said: “CVR Global has a strong reputation in the insolvency and restructuring market place, and with the wide network of contacts in East Anglia and London that I’ve developed over the years, I’m confident I can help them to realise their ambitions for further growth.”

Marc joins CVR Global from a top 30 accountancy firm where he was responsible for advising and helping businesses throughout East Anglia and London, and prior to that, spent eight years with a London-based firm where he worked his way up from Practice Manager to Associate.

Marc, who has also spent four years with a top 10 accountancy firm, added: “CVR Global has presented me with an exciting challenge to build upon the solid reputation that they have built for themselves across the region and further afield.

“The Brexit uncertainty has inevitably meant a lot of good businesses, regardless of sector, have delayed making those difficult, but important decisions. 

“My role at CVR Global is to assist and guide those businesses through some of that decision-making progress and where possible, advise how they can prevent entering into financial difficulty in the first place. 

“I am a firm believer in prevention rather than cure and always recommend advice is taken early to maximise the options available.”

Lee De’ath has been a Partner at CVR Global’s Colchester office since the company’s formation.

He added: “Having someone with Marc’s industry knowledge and contact base is a real coup for us and will help us to expand the firm’s advisory services across the region at a time when companies need it the most.

“I’m looking forward to working with him on growing our reach into a variety of sectors and locations over the coming months.”