KPMG in the Crown Dependencies has announced that Leonard Gerber has been promoted to Advisory Director focusing on insolvency and restructuring, based in their Isle of Man office.
This promotion recognises the continuing development and growth of the firm within the Crown Dependencies, following a number of recent promotions in the firm’s Advisory department.
Leonard (pictured) is an experienced Insolvency Practitioner – taking corporate appointments in Jersey, Guernsey, and the Isle of Man. He is also one of only a few Insolvency Practitioners in the Isle of Man to be authorised to act as Official Trustee in Bankruptcy.
Before moving to the Isle of Man, Leonard spent time in the armed forces in South Africa where he was commissioned as an officer. After relocating to the Isle of Man in 2002, he joined the financial services sector where he worked on projects such as integrating the ‘offshore’ banking elements of Barclays and ABSA in the Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey.
A keen sportsman, Leonard has also played a key role in the sponsorship and promotion of rugby and cricket within the Isle of Man community. He has, amongst other things, completed the Parish Walk and the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon.
Russell Kelly, Head of Advisory at KPMG in the Crown Dependencies, said: “Leonard’s promotion reflects continued strong growth in our advisory services across all financial services sectors. Leonard will lead our team of restructuring specialists across the Crown Dependencies and I am delighted to see Leonard receive such recognition for his talents – his expertise in insolvency is invaluable to our operations across the islands.”