Work With Us
Most accountancy practices do not have an in-house insolvency department. Our close working relationship with accountants allows them to increase their service offering, giving their clients immediate access to trusted insolvency experts. This results in the client receiving the best advice at the earliest available opportunity. As a specialist insolvency practice, with no accounting or audit department, we are able to work with you on a no conflict basis.
We are unique in the marketplace as we provide our accountant contacts with access to our web-based insolvency case management system. Our system allows accountants to set up and participate in the insolvency case administration process. This may involve in assisting your client to prepare a statement of affairs as required under Section 99 of the Insolvency Act 1986, and potentially earn a share of authorised prescribed fees under Rules 6.7 of the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016. This will ensure that the case is set up quickly and efficiently and that the statement of affairs is delivered to creditors within the prescribed period.
We also offer a traditional approach where accountants can refer a client directly to us. We offer competitive prices compared to the general market, with the costs of a voluntary liquidation starting from only £999.00.
If any of your clients are experiencing financial difficulties, we can work with you to offer them advice and to identify the most appropriate solution. We have advised companies and partnerships of all sizes, across a variety of sectors. Many of these businesses were introduced to us by their accountants, lawyers and financial advisors.
Our advice is comprehensive and includes reviewing refinancing options, negotiating with bankers, considering personal guarantees, business reviews and formal insolvency procedures.
We are available to assist by telephone or meet at a convenient location to discuss the problem. Needless to say, our initial meeting is completely free and confidential.
Why Work With Us?
- No obligation – all initial conversations and meetings are free of charge
- We will always work with you when advising the client
- We are not a threat to your practice as we are not an accountancy or audit firm