Quantuma appoints new Managing Director

11th January 2022

Business advisory firm Quantuma has announced that it has appointed  Tim Sloggett as its new Managing Director to further strengthen its offering in the South West and Wales region.

Sloggett brings with him more than 20 years’ experience of helping businesses that are underperforming or facing a crisis, across a range of sectors and from local owner-managed businesses to large international corporates.

He has spent most of his career working in Big Four firms, as well as five years at Barclays Bank in its turnaround and restructuring team. Sloggett has a wealth of experience in delivering different solutions across a wide range of stakeholder groups and challenging situations. He is known for his collaborative and flexible approach and unique breadth of experience.

Louise Durkan, head of the firm’s national Financial Advisory team, also takes over as head of the region following the retirement of outgoing head, Graham Randall. Louise and Tim previously worked together at Deloitte and are joining forces again to bring together their complimentary skills and ambitions to deliver the best solutions for clients.

Tarl Jackson, CEO at Quantuma, said “Tim is a fantastic addition to our South West and Wales team. As we continue our growth journey at Quantuma, our regional offices are recruiting fast to meet ever-growing demand for business advisory services across the UK. We are delighted to have appointed someone of Tim’s calibre to help grow our team and deliver high quality advisory services to businesses across the region.”

Louise Durkan, Managing Director and Head of South West and Wales at Quantuma, said “The arrival of Tim is an exciting addition to our team as he brings with him extensive experience and expertise across the full spectrum of advisory, turnaround, and restructuring work. Tim’s appointment helps us to further strengthen our position as one of the leading advisory practices and I am delighted to be leading the team through our next phase of growth.”