Pannone hires for corporate recovery push

Manchester firm Pannone is positioning itself for a market slowdown with the hire of a corporate recovery duo from rival firm Beachcroft.

•Manchester firm Pannone is positioning itself for a market slowdown with the hire of a corporate recovery duo from rival firm Beachcroft. Former Beachcroft associates Dylan Quail and Chris Love have joined the firm as partner and associate respectively. The hires come after Pannone recruited corporate recovery partner Amar Rashid from DLA Piper last year and partner Richard Drinkwater from Keoghs in 2005. Pannone head of corporate recovery Richard Glithero said: “We’ve definitely seen an increase in work over recent months and we need to respond to this. We’ve built up a strong team and feel that we can now compete with other firms that are strong in this area in the region.”