Our creditor services team provide a tailored approach to suit your needs.
A clear summary of the commercial reality will be provided, with a focus on reducing the time you spend dealing with paperwork, while maximising your return.
Our team consists of skilled individuals who are experienced in dealing with all types of insolvency scenarios, including personal and corporate.
When your client fails, it would be tempting to assume that all revenue will be lost. But your powers as a creditor can be put to good effect to ensure that all possible avenues of recovery are explored and, where possible, pursued.
Recovering your money
Your powers as a creditor are strong. Our aim will be to help you use the tools at your disposal to recover debts owed by your clients/customers.
We undertake initial reviews for clients, at no cost, to assess the potential benefits to be gained from taking further action. Our advice will be objective and commercial, with a view to recommending a preferred route to recovery. The speedy provision of information is important to clients, who need to update their internal accounts as quickly as possible.
Rules and regulations. Letters and forms. We will complete and submit these so that you don’t have to! Thousands of insolvency notices are sent to creditors every year. With a perception of low recovery values, notices are often overlooked. Our service will remove the necessity for you to deal with time-consuming documentation.
Your vote counts
In our experience, too often creditors feel unable to make their voices heard. Your vote can influence the ability to recover your debt. We can act on your behalf to ensure your interests and recoveries are maximised.
Our dedicated team of experienced professionals will aim to deal with any new assignments or queries in a timely manner, with the emphasis on ensuring your recoveries are maximised. Our systems and processes ensure clients receive an efficient and high-quality service.
Dean Nelson, Nicholas Lee, Andrew Stevens and Michael Roome are all licensed in the United Kingdom to act as insolvency practitioners by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. They are bound by the insolvency code of ethics, which can be found here.
When acting as receivers, administrative receivers or administrators, they act as agents only, without personal liability, and when acting as administrators, the affairs, business and property of the company are being managed by them.