By Guy Montague-Jones2018-07-05T10:38:00
GVA has appointed Ed Cook from Ireland’s National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) to provide restructuring advice at a time when some property markets are “showing increasing signs of stress”.
At NAMA, Cook worked on some of its most complex projects including the insolvency and subsequent sale of Battersea Power Station. He qualified as a chartered accountant at PwC within its restructuring and insolvency division during which time he dealt with the insolvency of the €6bn property investments of Lehman Brothers. He has also worked at RBS and as a director at Close Brothers.
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