His move will help ensure that LCBSG is even better placed to support more Black Country SME owners, their stakeholders and professional advisers on financial and operational issues faced at every stage of the business lifecycle. It also reinforces the importance of the Black Country to LCBSG as a whole.
Operating from Regent House, on Bath Avenue, in Wolverhampton, David will be working alongside fellow Director Paul Masters, who is already well established in the Black Country.
Born and educated locally, David brings with him over 18 years’ of SME advisory experience across a wide range of sectors. His new role within the business sees him working with other divisions within the group to deliver strategic advice on all areas of restructuring and finance ‐ devising bespoke solutions to meet the most specific requirements and deadlines for clients.
Director Paul Masters said: “The West Midlands economy has recently been forecast to be the fastest growing UK region outside of London, and the Black Country is home to many impressive, fast‐growing businesses that are helping to drive that success. Our strategic expansion here is a product of that. David’s appointment is particularly timely for our clients.”
David Griffiths said: “I see a huge opportunity to grow our presence here in the Black Country, so I’m delighted to join the Wolverhampton office. I am also very much looking forward to assisting advisers, directors, and business owners here.”
Further information on LCBSG Wolverhampton can be found here.