David Fleming is a managing director in the Manchester office and is part of the Global Restructuring Advisory practice. David has more than 16 years’ experience in the financial sector, having spent the last 5 years focusing on both financial and operational turnaround assignments, since joining the firm in 2009.

David has worked on numerous assignments for banks, asset based lenders and key financial stakeholders implementing turnaround strategies. He also specialises in undertaking independent business reviews and performing structured work-outs. In 2010, he was seconded to the restructuring department of global clearing bank for 15 months, where he was part of the trading team, dealing with distressed debt of £1m to £20m.

He has broad sector experience and successful assignments that he has worked on include the turnaround of a leading house builder and contractor in the North West of England, the restructure of a property group which had c.£150m of bank debt provided by multiple clearing banks, as well as an advisory assignment for an AIM listed business, with c.£70m of syndicated debt.
Prior to joining Duff & Phelps, David held the position of Finance Director at a venture capital backed, Fast Track 100 Company.

David is a qualified accountant and holds the CPI qualification.

 

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