National Head of Restructuring and Recovery - Partner Southampton +44 (0)23 8082 7631
Resolving creditor issues is a primary facet of financial restructuring and recovery, while recovering outstanding debts swiftly and efficiently can go a long way towards mitigating a contentious situation.
Creditors’ priorities are to ensure their interests are upheld and their investment recovered. Whether through forensic investigation, asset tracing, enforcement and insolvency, dispute resolution or simple debt recovery, there are numerous ways to defend creditors’ rights.
You’ll have access to partner-led teams with vast debt recovery experience who have worked on assignments of all sizes and across a wide range of jurisdictions.
We provide representation at creditor meetings free of charge. We act for a number of trade groups to provide efficient, robust solutions that increase the likelihood of recovery at no additional cost and a dividend being paid to unsecured creditors at the earliest opportunity.
We’ll work with you to quickly identify the key issues and deliver solutions to maximise recoveries or avert further losses.
You can access a wide range of specialist teams across our diverse business, such as forensic services, to support your needs as and when required.
If you have overseas debtors, we can assist recovery through our membership of Nexia International, an independent network of accounting and consulting firms with over 600 offices across more than 120 countries.
We co-ordinate industry-leading credit forums to identify industry best practice and benchmarks.
A top ten UK accountancy firm, as ranked by Accountancy Age.
Much of our work comes from referrals through our established relationships with intermediaries and existing clients.
A member of R3: the association of business recovery professionals.
Our partners and directors regularly contribute commentary on restructuring and recovery issues in the national and trade press.
Representatives on the Charity Commission Interim Manager and Proceeds of Crime receivership (‘POCA’) panels.