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specialty adviser

A practising consultant appointed by each royal college in consultation with regional deaneries, colleagues and the relevant specialist advisory committee. The main role of regional specialty advisers is to co-ordinate postgraduate training in their specialty. They are responsible for approving consultant and associate specialists.
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It said Alvarez & Marsal, a specialist adviser on corporate insolvencies, would handle the CVA, and would need approval from a 75% majority of the firm's creditors.
Sir David Norgrove, chair of the Low Pay Commission and former chair of M&S's pension fund, has also been recruited as a specialist adviser to the Business and Work and Pensions select committees.
Whether in work or on sick leave, any employed person that lives or works in Swansea, Neath Port Talbot or Bridgend can contact In Work Support on 0845 601 7556 and speak directly to a specialist adviser.
THE NFU has appointed a new specialist adviser for farmers in Northumberland and North Durham.
Paul Eadie,UKTI's specialist adviser for Latin America, said: "Brazil is receiving a lot of publicity right now, but there are many opportunities in the whole of Latin America in a range of sectors.
THE Welsh Government has moved a specialist adviser involved in a relationship with her Minister to another role, we can reveal.
For the past six years, he has worked in corporate finance in Sheffield with specialist adviser Hardy Transaction Management, advising both vendors and acquisitive companies and groups, mainly in the engineering sector.
Summary: Every rape victim should be offered support from a specialist adviser, a landmark review has recommended.
Shoaib, a Justice of the Peace, is a specialist adviser for immigrants from Pakistan.
And senior consultant Brian Rees, a specialist adviser to the Royal College of Surgeons, told us:
IN his day job, Valley parish councillor and occasional racehorse owner Andrew Chalk-brother-in-law of the Jockeys' Association's Michael Caulfield-is a partner in Swindon solicitors Chalk Smith Brooks, a firm which proudly promotes itself as the specialist adviser to the racing industry.
After careful consideration, and working to some very specific criteria, we have selected 48 companies to make up the Specialist Adviser Panel and 19 of these companies are locally based," Mr Corbell said.