City law firm appoint local consultant to direct growth

City law firm appoint local consultant to direct growth

MSB Solicitors have appointed former lawyer and business development consultant Michelle Helsby as they forge ahead ambitious growth plans for the firm.

Michelle has been recruited as head of strategic development and will be responsible for guiding partners at MSB through planned phases of growth, and joins the team at a crucial time just prior to their city centre office launch.

MSB have expanded their office space at Silkhouse Court and will look to expand the team significantly over coming months, with a focus on bolstering their commercial offer.

Michelle will play a key role in the recruitment process, and will also identify alternative opportunities for steady and sustained development.

Paul Bibby, managing partner at MSB said: “The role of strategic development manager is a new and timely one for the firm, and I’m delighted to appoint Michelle, who brings the right mix of legal and commercial experience and an impressive skillset.”

“Michelle and I have known each other professionally for a number of years and I’ve been struck by her positive and demonstrable impact on business growth projects. I’m confident Michelle will be an immensely valuable addition to MSB as we forge ahead with our ambitions for growth and development.”

Michelle said: “I have been familiar with MSB for some time now, have watched them grow as a firm and have always respected their unique position and approach in the sector. Partners Paul and Sean are incredibly innovative, commercially-minded individuals and I am certain we’ll work well together.

“I have big ideas for the firm and am looking forward to working with Paul and the team to implement some changes over coming months.”

MSB have three offices in the Liverpool City Region, in Allerton, Wavertree Technology Park and the city centre and have been nominated as legal firm of the year at the City of Liverpool Business Awards.

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