Unqualified advice continues to plague the corporate insolvency industry which is why company directors must be on-guard and seek qualified and reputable advice from licensed insolvency practitioners.
In recent years, we’ve seen unfortunate growth in the number of rogue advisers –particularly online – who often purport to be regulated firms with licensed IPs but are often merely lead generation websites that demand upfront fees and act as middlemen before passing your enquiry onto rogue ‘advisory’ firms with no reputation or regulation.
Our approach couldn’t be more different. We act as standard-bearers for the corporate insolvency industry with 70 licensed insolvency practitioners across the country handling more corporate insolvency appointments in 2015 than any other firm.
In many cases, we advise directors who have become exasperated by their experience with such advisers. Many of these concerns are common themes and act as a huge warning sign of a rogue, unlicensed or untrustworthy corporate insolvency firm.
If any of these strike a chord with you from your experience with a ‘corporate insolvency adviser’, we would urge you to speak with one of our licensed insolvency practitioners today. We offer a free initial consultation to all directors and can advise on a range of corporate solutions including HMRC arrears, winding up petitions, statutory demands, cash flow problems, finance options and more.
23rd October 2017 The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has called on the government to freeze business rates in order to provide a boost to the competitiveness and productivity of UK companies.
12th October 2017 The impact of Brexit and the process of Britain departing from the European Union is likely to push up rates of insolvency among businesses throughout the UK.
11th October 2017 Financial losses and persistent problems with cash flows has led the civil engineering business Owen Pugh to enter administration.
2nd October 2017 Monarch Airlines has become insolvent and ceased trading as a result of “mounting cost pressures and increasingly competitive market conditions,” administrators have confirmed.
29th September 2017 The Bank of England governor Mark Carney has given a clear indication that he expects the base rate of interest in the UK to rise in the near future.
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