Kroll names Mihir Bhatt as Head of Restructuring for Middle East

03 June 2024 Consultancy-me.com 1 min. read
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Global management consulting firm Kroll has named Mihir Bhatt as its new Head of Restructuring for the Middle East.

Operating out of the United Arab Emirates, Mihir Bhatt brings 20 years of experience, including 15 years in the Middle East, to the role across a range of restructuring situations including financial restructuring, debt capital, turnaround, and operational improvement.

Bhatt now leads Kroll’s award-winning restructuring capabilities in the region, overseeing client management, the delivery of engagements, and the further growth and development of the practice.

Mihir Bhatt, Head of Restructuring for Middle East, Kroll

Commenting on his new challenge, Bhatt said, “Kroll is a strong brand with a long history of delivering exceptional results for its clients globally. I am confident that with my leadership and experience, we will further strengthen Kroll’s position in the region in the months and years ahead.”

Bhatt joins Kroll from Big Four firm PwC, where he spent around two decades in its Australian, British and Middle East organisations. He has been based in the region since 2009, working with both public and private clients in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.

“The Middle East restructuring landscape continues to grow and develop at an exciting pace,” said Cosimo Borrelli, Managing Director and Co-Head of Restructuring at Kroll. “We are delighted to welcome Mihir to Kroll’s restructuring team. His track record across the Middle East speaks for itself, and we look forward to working with Mihir to develop our restructuring solutions across the region.”

Globally, Kroll has more than 6,500 professionals worldwide. The firm’s Restructuring practice has a long heritage, in part inherited from its merger with Duff & Phelps.