James qualified as a chartered accountant in 1980 and became a licensed insolvency practitioner in 1994. He has extensive international experience having worked in Australia, Canada and South Africa.
James has regularly advised companies in distress and has worked with a number of financial institutions to develop strategy options for underperforming customers.
In addition to advisory experience, James has led many international investigation and recovery assignments, utilising both insolvency procedures and acting as a “proceeds of crime” receiver.
James is the treasurer of the London Fraud Forum.