Capita Symonds team moves

28 May 2012 Eddie Davies and his specialist PPP/PFI technical adviser team have left Capita Symonds and moved to a new firm.

The three-strong team has arrived at due diligence and insolvency company, Naismiths.

Davies joined Capita Symonds in 1996 and had been the director of its specialist PFI/PPP advisory team. He also co-led the company’s Scottish project management and technical adviser team.

He has now become a director at Naismiths’ Glasgow office, where he and two other members of staff will continue to work on partnerships projects, technical due diligence and bank monitoring.

A spokesperson for Capita Symonds said it will continue to provide technical advisory services, pointing out its team has recently been strengthened by the acquisition of Northcroft.

However, a source suggested the firm would not have the capability to carry out bank technical due diligence for accommodation projects, although will still be active in the road and rail sectors.

This page was last updated on:
13 December 2014.

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