Jirsch Sutherland appoints new managing partner

New Jirsch Sutherland managing partner Bradd Morelli.

New Jirsch Sutherland managing partner Bradd Morelli.

Jirsch Sutherland announced this week that Sule Arnautovic will hand over the baton to colleague Brad Morelli after 10 years as national managing partner.

In a news alert distributed to Jirsch subscribers on Wednesday afternoon,  Jirsch said Morelli would take over from Arnautovic on July 1, 2018.

“I’m excited about taking the helm of the firm,” Morelli is reported as saying.

“We will also continue to provide our clients and referrers with the high quality service for which we are known.”

Arnautovic meanwhile will continue as a partner, saying “I want to continue to focus on my clients, referrers and insolvency work without the added work-load of being the National Managing Partner.”

The announcement follows on from the announcement on Monday this week that veteran insolvency practitioner Gary Anderson had joined Jirsch’s West Australia unit, WA Insolvency Solutions (WAIS).

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