Xeinadin expands its corporate recovery offering with northern acquisition   

Poppleton & Appleby Northern

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Xeinadin Group, one of the leading professional services groups in the UK and Ireland, has acquired the long-standing practice of Poppleton & Appleby Northern operating as a specialist corporate recovery firm from offices in Manchester and Huddersfield. 

Poppleton & Appleby Northern is one of the oldest and most highly regarded brands in the sector with a team of nine specialists across its two offices, the firm has decades of experience in insolvency and recovery, providing professional advice to businesses, individuals, their advisors and funders to help them manage financially related problems and to future-proof their business.  

Xeinadin is a group of business advisory and accountancy practices in over 100 locations across the UK and Ireland that provides over 40 service lines to over 50,000 clients, predominantly small and medium-sized businesses and their owner-managers.  

Xeinadin is a fast-growing, acquisitive Group which has already made a number of acquisitions this financial year, as one of the professional services market’s leading disrupters. The significant growth of the Group follows a significant minority investment from private equity firm Exponent earlier this year. 

Derry Crowley, CEO, Xeinadin Group, said: “We are looking forward to having the Poppleton & Appleby team on board. They have an outstanding reputation for their work and will be a valuable asset to our growing corporate recovery team. We are seeing strong demand for our business recovery work which we expect to continue, so additional strength in this area is very welcome.”  

Allan Cadman, Director of Poppleton & Appleby Northern, said: “We are proud to be joining the Xeinadin Group which is on an exciting growth trajectory.  Being part of the Group will greatly enhance our offering to existing clients and contacts, increasing the strength and depth of our operation. We will also be able to support the existing corporate recovery team at Xeinadin, providing additional expertise and bandwidth to a growing sector of the business.”