In every case the sooner advice
is sought the more options are available,
giving a better chance of a
positive outcome


Professional advice should be obtained for specific situations. If there is a prospect of formal insolvency directors should not act in any way that materially worsens the position of creditors.

Turnaround / Restructure

We can review the business and financial structure of the company and assist with a rescue process.

Many businesses that fail could have been saved if specialist advice had been sought in time. A typical rescue will include understanding the immediate financial position, managing urgent issues, talking to key stakeholders, including accountants, solicitors and investors, understanding the business, assessing viability, preparing a recovery plan and implementing it.

Company Voluntary Arrangement

A "CVA" is a structured procedure for viable but debt ridden companies where directors stay in control. A Proposal is made to creditors for the delayed/reduced payment of debt. If accepted by 75% of creditors who vote it binds all creditors.


An Administrator takes charge with powers to remove directors, manage the business, cease trading and sell the business and assets. Proposals are made that may include a rescue or a wind down. An Administration "Phoenix" or "Pre-pack" involves the directors or a third party buying a business shortly after insolvency to continue the business.

Creditors Voluntary Liquidation ("CVL")

For insolvent companies requiring closure the procedure is a CVL, initiated by directors. A liquidator realises assets and distributes funds as well as a range of statutory matters to wind up the affairs of the company.

Law of Property Act ("LPA")

An "LPA Receiver" is appointed over a specific property asset with powers to manage and sell the property.

Strike Off / Dissolution

In certain situations a company can proceed direct to removal from Companies House. However, advice in advance is vital to make sure it is feasible on a case by case basis.

Forensic Accounting

Forensic accounting is the specialist field of investigative accountancy, and defines engagements resulting from potential or actual disputes or litigation.

Our aim is to advise on the most appropriate action, assessing the consequences of certain actions, and the delivery of timely, accurate information for the client, and if all other conciliatory efforts are exhausted, if necessary to present to the Courts, in the form.