Sanderson Weatherall strengthens Machinery & Business Assets team with strategic appointment

Mark Crow, Sanderson Weatherall London

Property and asset consultancy firm Sanderson Weatherall have recently announced the appointment of Mark Crow, a machinery and business asset specialist who has joined their market leading team as a partner in London.

Mark brings with him over 12 years’ experience providing machinery and business asset valuation and disposal services for a variety of clients working across many different sectors.

Having originally started his career at Sanderson Weatherall, Mark has spent the last five and a half years working in KPMG’s valuation team, managing a team of specialist tangible asset valuers, providing valuations for financial reporting purposes, supporting clients on some of the most high profile public transactions in recent years.

Highlights included managing the valuations of various portfolios of Property, Plant and Equipment situated across Europe, the US and Asia, which culminated in regularly providing valuation advice for assets with values in excess of €1bn for large listed and high profile privately owned clients.

Commenting on his appointment Mark said, “Having previously worked in Sanderson Weatherall’s Manchester Office, I was delighted to be the offered the opportunity to return. The challenge of developing a service line in the London market is one that really appealed to me. Having previously worked at Sanderson Weatherall, I knew the culture of the business is one which is an extremely good fit for me. I’m extremely excited by this opportunity and the challenge it presents”

Head of Sanderson Weatherall’s Machinery & Business Assets team, Neil Simpson added, “It’s great to officially welcome Mark back. The market continues to thrive in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and demand for our services in restructuring and recovery, mergers and acquisitions, financial reporting and asset based lending sectors will continue to grow over the coming years. An appointment of Mark’s calibre in London is vital to our ongoing national team growth and success.”