Embracing corporate law, corporate finance and corporate recovery and reorganisation, our team covers all the necessary specialisms to make quick and accurate assessments of complex financial issues.

Peter Dunn.


Peter was a chartered accountant and insolvency practitioner who founded one of the leading recovery practices before selling to a quoted vehicle in 2001.

More recently, Peter was involved in the restructuring of a private office PE fund, protecting and enhancing the value of assets that were in significant distress. He has extensive contacts within both the investing and recovery communities and a prominent entrepreneurial reputation.

Harry Lees-Buckley.


Harry is a chartered accountant with broad experience across restructuring and corporate finance. He joined Zed Capital from DC Advisory where he was an Associate Director in the M&A team, focussing on B2B and technology related services companies. Prior to this, Harry spent four years working in KPMG’s UK Restructuring team. His professional experience has been highly international with extended periods in USA, Hong Kong, Oman, South Africa, India and Europe.

Gareth Edwards.

Gareth is a lawyer who had been global head of corporate for Pinsent Masons LLP for 12 years before leaving in 2017.

He has been prominent as an advisor to Boards and CEOs in a range of public (predominantly FTSE 250), private and entrepreneurial companies on their strategy and wider business issues.

Since then he has acted as a non-exec on a FTSE 100 board and many other small cap entities.

Graham Gould.

Graham holds an MBA from Insead and is a senior executive and entrepreneur with over thirty years of experience including twelve years in strategy consulting and twelve years in property and fund management. He has been a board director in a range of organisations including in a regulated sector, developed and implemented strategies, analysed businesses and markets, managed people and solved many problems. He is a founding partner of LGEC Capital Partners and Chairman of Thermal Recycling.

Adam Cooper.

Adam began his career in the civil service as a diplomat working for the UK foreign service on cyber, counter terrorism and other matters. He left there to run a department for PwC advising their clients on cyber risks at board level. He has set up a technology-focused investment firm and remains a private investor in early stage businesses. Adam is also a partner in an advisory firm which helps organisations to be better ready for financial events.