Accuracy promotes Charlene Burridge and Florence Westermann

28 January 2021 2 min. read
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International advisory firm Accuracy has promoted two of its female seniors into its partnership, bringing the firm’s total number of partners to 52 across 13 countries.

Charlene Burridge has been with Accuracy since 2015, having previously worked for Big Four firm Deloitte for nine years. Based in London, she helps clients with transaction advisory services, providing acquisition and vendor transaction support services to corporates and financial investors. She advised clients on among others due diligence, carve-outs, SPA support, business modelling, valuation, and market analysis.

Burridge also has gained experience in refinancing, restructuring, the assessment of complex damages in international arbitration and has conducted in forensic investigations. Her clients span a wide range of industry sectors including retail, manufacturing, business services, infrastructure and real estate.

Charlene Burridge and Florence Westermann, Accuracy

“In her six years with Accuracy, Charlene has demonstrated expertise in advising on complex transaction matters. We are proud to have her join the our partnership,” said Frédéric Duponchel, the CEO of Accuracy.

Florence Westermann joined Accuracy in 2006 to contribute to the development of the restructuring practice, after acquiring initial experience at a receiver and Big Four firm PwC for three years. Based in Accuracy’s Paris office, she has extensive knowledge of the French restructuring environment as well as financial expertise to support companies in distressed situations. She also advises financial investors and debt holders on recovery of funds.

Westermann, who is based, in addition has a track record in corporate finance and transaction support, delivering engagement for strategics and financial investors.

Duponchel: “Florence has been hugely instrumental in helping the Restructuring practice go from strength to strength since she joined. She has made an enormous contribution to the Paris office.”