Knowing you are dealing with a reputable and regulated company will help ease your mind when deciding who to entrust with your company problems. With over 400 staff and 40 offices nationwide, we are well-established and perfectly placed to support company directors, owners and shareholders. View some of our case studies below.
- When a whole company in the engineering sector went into administration it became apparent that there were a number of companies that the management team were unclear about, a phenomenon commonly known as ‘corporate memory loss'. Despite being little more than empty shells, the companies had remained part of the group for so long that no one involved in the group was clear about the reasons for their continued existence. Nevertheless, the dormant companies required costly maintenance in the form of filing accounts and other corporate administration, as well as providing a confusing overall picture of the group’s structure.
Once those companies had been identified our team of specialists undertook MVLs to tidy up the group’s structure, saving costs and streamlining the entire engineering group.
- A London-based large-scale printer was given a cash payment to move from its site by the London Development Agency (LDA), making way for London’s 2012 Olympic Park. After moving, the firm experienced financial problems due to a decline in the printing sector, a large extraction of money and increased pressure from creditors. The bank then took the decision to appoint us as administrators.
Our team secured the site, starting investigations into the company including analysis of assets and liabilities. One hundred staff were made redundant. Our investigations continue but proceedings are commencing against the former company officers and associated parties to return the funds to the firm.
- Following a restructure, a national building maintenance group, with over 550 staff over five sites, suffered from delayed payments from key customers and suppliers’ refusal to go on trading after credit insurance was removed on key trade creditors.
As Administrators, we worked closely with customers and former employees to ensure continuity of employment, where possible. Transfer of the contract to new service providers secured new jobs for employees, reduced employee claims, enhanced dividend prospects for remaining creditors and lessened disruption for customers, improving results from outstanding contractual debtors.
- Our team of liquidators were appointed to one of the largest offshore marketing and advertising agencies. The agency, based in Guernsey, had a turnover in excess of £50m at its peak and 29 staff. The loss of significant media contracts brought about a decision by the parent company to put the business into voluntary liquidation.
Following our appointment, the Channel Island offices were closed, resulting in staff redundancies.
Friday 16th September, 2016 Written by Keith Tully
A well-established tile and bathroom retailer operating primarily in Sussex has been entered into liquidation having become unable to cope with a serious financial crisis in recent weeks.Learn More…
Tuesday 15th March, 2016 Written by Keith Tully
Nigella Lawson, who has been presenting cookery shows on British television for well over a decade, has entered her TV production company into voluntary liquidation.Learn More…
Friday 11th March, 2016 Written by Keith Tully
The company behind Austins, one of the oldest department store businesses in Europe, has been forced into liquidation after failing to overcome a financial crisis in recent days.Learn More…
29th March 2017 Leaders from across the UK’s food industry have outlined some of their concerns about the potential damage that a bad Brexit deal might do to their operations in the coming years.
23rd March 2017 The incoming changes to the business rates regime in the UK are already taking their toll on small businesses throughout the country.
22nd March 2017 Companies within the UK’s construction industry could lose as much as 8 per cent of their workforces on average as a result of Britain’s departure from the European Union (EU).
10th March 2017 The tax burdens faced by pubs throughout the UK are threatening the survival of the entire industry, according to the boss of one of the largest pub chains in the country.
8th March 2017 The Chancellor has announced his 2017 Spring Budget featuring some changes which will affect businesses up and down the country. Find out more about what Phillip Hammond unveiled today.
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