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Smith Cooper Insolvency Team shortlisted for two TRI awards


Posted on 14 August 2017

We are delighted to announce our Business Recovery and Insolvency (BR&I) Team have been named as finalists in the distinguished TRI awards for the second time.

The Turnaround, Restructuring and Insolvency awards (TRI), which take place annually, are celebrating their 10th year. The awards champion experts in the field of Insolvency, who strive to deliver the best outcomes possible for distressed and struggling businesses.

The Smith Cooper BR&I team have been named finalists for the prestigious Insolvency Team of the Year award, as well as Corporate Restructuring Firm of the Year as recognition for the outstanding contributions which they have made in the challenging field that is corporate rescue.

The team have experienced phenomenal success since their commencement in 2009, achieving a 325% growth and far surpassing annual turnover targets across their Midlands offices. Notably, they have also saved 465 jobs in the last year alone, most significantly 244 at a children’s charity, Charity Links, testimony to the collaborative resilience and determination of the team.

Dean Nelson, Business Recovery and Insolvency Partner comments: “After what has been an incredibly successful year for the team, we are delighted that our efforts and achievements have been recognised.

We understand the anguish encountered when a business is facing insolvency, and pride ourselves in how we assist creditors and stakeholders in distressed situations, providing clear, concise information and visibility as to the intended strategy and potential outcomes, which we assure by training the most proficient and efficient experts.

Our success is driven by our passion to go the extra mile for creditors and Companies in distress during turbulent financial periods. We are delighted these efforts have been recognised by such a well-established awards body.”

The TRI awards take place on Wednesday 18th October in London where the winners will be announced.

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