Beaton names Cathro & Partners as Best Insolvency & Restructuring Firm, revenue < $30m category

The Beaton Client Choice Awards recognise best practice in the professional services sector and are based solely on client feedback. The awards reward firms in Australia and New Zealand for their excellent client service, expertise in clients’ areas of need, innovation and superior client experience.

The Beaton Client Choice Awards recognise best practice in the professional services sector and are based solely on client feedback. The awards reward firms in Australia and New Zealand for their excellent client service, expertise in clients’ areas of need, innovation and superior client experience.

C&P Managing Partner, Simon Cathro, said the firm was delighted to receive this award.

“We are very pleased to have been named by Beaton, under revenue < $30m category, to be the “Best Insolvency & Restructuring Firm of the Year” and also the finalist of “Best Accounting & Consulting Services Firm”. We take pride in our people, for their commitment to excellence and our clients for trusting in our capabilities, their valuable feedback.

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