Key move in complex area
‘Major asset’ promoted to director at Campbell Dallas
Campbell Dallas has promoted Debbie Brodie to the post of director in the firm’s Glasgow-based personal insolvency team. She will be responsible for developing the range and scope of services provided by the firm in the personal insolvency market.
Ms Brodie has more than 16 years’ experience of providing specialist advice and management of personal debt issues for a wide range of clients in Scotland. She has also played a key role managing the growing personal insolvency team, which consists of specialist debt advisers and insolvency experts.
She has experience in all forms of statutory personal insolvency, the debt arrangement scheme and post-appointment trading cases.
Ms Brodie said: “Personal Insolvency is a highly complex area in which we are dealing with frequent changes in legislation whilst working with a wide range of clients who are often facing difficult issues.”
Derek Forsyth, head of Campbell Dallas restructuring and insolvency department said: “Debbie is a major asset to the firm and in particular to our personal insolvency clients and to the team of specialist staff that she has carefully developed over the years. She has made a significant contribution to the expansion of our personal insolvency department and to Campbell Dallas’s standing as a major player in the market.”